The Bold Alliance is a network of small but mighty groups protecting land and water.
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Bold Nebraska is best known for our work with an unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations and citizens to stop the risky Keystone XL pipeline. We work on issues including eminent domain, clean energy, small family farms and lifting up small businesses who represent the Good Life with our Made in the Neb project. You can find us in the streets, corn fields and in the State Capitol standing up for property rights and standing with citizens as we work to protect the land, water and climate.
Iowa’s political landscape is dominated by extreme ideas and policies that protect big business and special interests. We need leaders and ideas that instead focus on protecting our families, our land, our water and our liberty. We, the people of Iowa, deserve and demand better. We owe it to our founders and to future generations. We owe it to our fertile fields and life-giving waters.
Bold Oklahoma works to bring together an unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations, urban and rural communities. Oklahoma is a state of diverse culture, home to 39 Sovereign Nations of Native American Tribes, as well as farmers, ranchers — and Big Oil industry giants. The environmental impacts of the fossil fuel industry have infringed on the lands of the Sovereign Nations as well as farmers and ranchers in our communities.
Bold Louisiana fights in a state where government has been hijacked by corporate carpetbaggers and lobbyists who have side-tracked the best interests of the people to support their own self-serving ideals. Our goals are diversifying economic development for our state, creating a real plan to confront climate change, and ensuring a just transition to renewable energy sources and jobs.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 10, 2017 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Alliance, 402-705-3622, email@example.com Carolyn Reilly, Bold Alliance, 540-488-4358, firstname.lastname@example.org Bold Alliance Hires Carolyn Reilly to Organize Pipeline Fighters in Virginia and West Virginia Reilly to organize fellow landowners to resist the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines Rocky Mount, Virginia — Bold Alliance […]
On Jan. 18, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will conduct a limited Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the section of the Dakota Access pipeline near Lake Oahe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s land and reservation in North Dakota.  While we are thrilled that the Army Corps of Engineers appears […]
The President can do two things to remove certain obstacles to the permitting of the the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline, if TransCanada reapplies. First, he can rescind Executive Order 11423 governing transboundary pipelines, eliminating the need for a National Interest Determination and review under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Even without that step, second […]
Bold Alliance launched a fundraiser to build Tiny Solar Barns to shelter Water Protectors at Standing Rock who are holding the line against the Dakota Access pipeline. (Thank you to all who donated! Scroll down to see the donor thank-you signs.) Over Thanksgiving weekend, the first of the structures were delivered, insulated, and solar installed. “Everybody […]
While many of us are looking forward to putting 2016 behind us, we here at Bold are reflecting on what was an amazing year of growth for us — and gearing up for big battles to come in 2017. In 2016, the Bold Alliance launched nationwide, expanding on Bold Nebraska’s successful organizing model of unlikely […]
We fight pipelines and Big Corporations that threaten the land and water.
The Bold Alliance brings landowners to the table to ensure a fair and just clean energy transition. We are showing a new face of climate change champions from the Heartland to the Gulf. Bold is a partner with the Public Interest Network, a group of allied nonprofits ensuring citizens' voices are a critical part of our democracy.