Support Three Sisters Camp fighting the ACP!

Support Three Sisters Camp fighting the ACP!

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The fight is here. The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is moving full steam ahead and so must we. Please help us prepare for the coming battles with your generous donations. Thank you for fighting with us, friends.

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Update #2

2 months ago

We have publicly announced the Three Sisters Resistance Camp, an encampment in the projected path of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline! Please see updated info for how to support Three Sisters and watch the amazing new video showcasing camp! As many of you know, Dominion Energy has been clear-cutting trees across the projected path of the ACP, including Wintergreen as shown in the photo. We are here to defend these stolen lands, and to fight for a future free from extraction and capitalist exploitation of the earth.

You can follow us at @3SistersCamp on Twitter and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Three-Sisters-Resistance-Camp-2007001136291201/

Meanwhile, brave resistors in West Virginia are protecting Peters Mountain, while the Mountain Valley Pipeline's EQT partners contractors fell trees and intimidate them with legal tactics and police. We support these comrades and ask that you do too. Follow them at https://www.facebook.com/appalachiansagainstpipelines/ and donate at https://www.youcaring.com/pipelineresistance-1112790

We stand in solidarity with all water protectors & pipeline resistance efforts across Turtle Island! #noACP #noMVP #nomorepipelines

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We knew this time was coming.

In December 2017, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline received approval from FERC. Already Dominion Energy and their contractors are beginning to cut trees, clear land and sue landowners for trespassing rights. In response, an encampment has begun in the projected path of the pipeline.

The Three Sisters Resistance Camp has grown in size over the last few months — braving harsh weather conditions, watching over the encroaching surveyors, and building the infrastructure and relationships to maintain a robust and -- most critically -- ecologically sustainable camp.

Meanwhile, Dominion's out-of-state contractors have cut trees in massive swaths across the projected path of the pipeline. We are committed to resisting this devastation of ecosystems, the exploitation of stolen native lands and the destruction of our collective future on this earth.

The camp requires a great deal of resources and has been kickstarted by some generous donors & by many hands contributing and giving what they can. We are asking for monetary and supply donations in order to maintain and grow the camp. We are committed to this fight. Every day at Three Sisters, we are creating the world we want to see.

We are seeking the following supply and vehicle donations (with the opportunity for tax write-offs for charitable contributions!)

If you are able to contribute any of these items, please contact threesisterscamp@protonmail.com:

    -army tents (12x10 or larger preferred but will accept all sizes) 

    -solar panels

    -canoes/kayaks

    -lumber

    -galoshes, muck boots

    -all-weather gear (all sizes, especially "women's")

    -chest & hip waders

    -ATV(s)

    -4-wheel drive vehicles

    -unopened medical supplies

    -medicinal herbs

    -local produce

    -sustainable farming/forest farming equipment & supplies

    -cots

    -drone(s)

    -fire extinguishers

    -cold weather sleeping bags

    -chainsaw

    -shovels

    -garden carts

    -two-way radios

    -art supplies, paint

    -large beverage dispenser (hot and/or cold)

"We tried our hardest to stop these destructive projects at the regulatory level but we have always known that action beyond those processes would be necessary. We will continue to support regulatory and judicial efforts as we believe in a multi pronged approach to this fight. It requires a diversity of tactics to defeat these pipelines. 

We believe that direct action is an imperative part of the multi-pronged approach and we are committed to helping to create a culture of resistance to the fossil fuel industry in VA. We are in this fight to win. 

We stand in solidarity with all communities that seek to stop these pipelines. We won't stop until we are all victorious - until we realize a new world, free from extraction & exploitation. 

Keep it in the ground," 

- NO ACP

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NO ACP posted a new update:
2 months ago

Update #2

We have publicly announced the Three Sisters Resistance Camp, an encampment in the projected path of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline! Please see updated info for how to support Three Sisters and watch the amazing new video showcasing camp! As many of you know, Dominion Energy has been clear-cutting trees across the projected path of the ACP, including Wintergreen as shown in the photo. We are here to defend these stolen lands, and to fight for a future free from extraction and capitalist exploitation of the earth.

You can follow us at @3SistersCamp on Twitter and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Three-Sisters-Resistance-Camp-2007001136291201/

Meanwhile, brave resistors in West Virginia are protecting Peters Mountain, while the Mountain Valley Pipeline's EQT partners contractors fell trees and intimidate them with legal tactics and police. We support these comrades and ask that you do too. Follow them at https://www.facebook.com/appalachiansagainstpipelines/ and donate at https://www.youcaring.com/pipelineresistance-1112790

We stand in solidarity with all water protectors & pipeline resistance efforts across Turtle Island! #noACP #noMVP #nomorepipelines

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NO ACP posted a new update:
3 months ago

Update #1

Alright! Thanks to everyone's support, we've hit 10% of our goal. Keep sharing and spread the word, we WILL stop these pipelines

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