Anti LNG Pipeline Activists Across Oregon
Currently, there are two proposed Liquefied Natural Gas pipelines, both of which would run from Astoria through farmlands of Western Oregon east through the Mount Hood national Forest to connect with an existing pipeline that runs from Canada to California.
Tonight on Circle A Radio we hear from Amy Harwood, Program director for BARK- a local organization dedicated to the preservation of Mt. Hoods national forest, and Steve Wick, farmer and activist from Gaston, Oregon, who explain the history of and resistance to the proposed LNG Pipelines.
For more information on BARK visit their website at www.bark-out.org. To learn more about Oregon Citizens Against Pipelines, visit www.usafirst.info.
- Title: Anti LNG Pipeline Activists Across Oregon
- Length: 58:52 minutes (40.42 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 22kHz 96Kbps (CBR)