Stand with Lancaster Against The Pipeline
Our community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is resisting the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline — join us tomorrow (Thursday) night to learn how you can stand with us against this terrible project.
The Atlantic Sunrise would be the first pipeline to directly connect fracking in Northeast Pennsylvania with a gas export terminal on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. The pipeline threatens families, the land and water sources. The pipeline company received its final permits earlier this month and tree-cutting and pipeline construction is imminent. Our grassroots group, Lancaster Against Pipelines, stands resolute that we will defend our community from this threat.
Learn more about the encampment we’re building to protect our community from Atlantic Sunrise and how you can help — join us for a regional call on Thursday!
What: Regional video conference with Lancaster Against Pipelines
When: Tomorrow (Thursday) March 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Your computer or phone! (when you RSVP we'll send you all the details you need to join)
Join us tomorrow to find out more about our fight and how it affects the region.
In the years since the Lancaster community first learned of the pipeline, we have worked at every step of the way to advocate against it. Now, having exhausted all other options, we are preparing to use the people power we have built in our community to stop pipeline construction through peaceful demonstrations and tactics. We need your help to succeed!
Learn more about the fight in Lancaster and how you can be a part of the movement by joining the regional call we’re hosting with Food & Water Watch.
We hope to see you on the call,
Mark Clatterbuck, Malinda Clatterbuck and Nick Martin,
Members of Lancaster Against Pipelines Steering Committee