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UPDATE: Over the Thanksgiving weekend, the first tiny solar barns were delivered and set up at Standing Rock!

WATCH: Josh Fox and Bold Oklahoma’s Mekasi Camp Horinek describe what’s happening on the ground while Water Protectors from Nebraska help install solar panels on the donated tiny barns.

Actor James Cromwell (center) with brothers Eric and Scott Williams from Omaha in front of one of the tiny solar barns being set up to shelter Water Protectors at Standing Rock through the winter.

Winter is coming… and Bold Alliance is taking action to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and allies at the Oceti Sakowin camps that are holding the line to protect our land, water and climate from the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Temperatures are already plummeting in North Dakota, and adequate housing is absolutely critical to shelter the Water Protectors through the winter.

Bold is raising $35,000 to build 30 tiny solar-powered barns on the Standing Rock land set aside for winter camping. 

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The tiny barns will also be moveable — so they may be utilized in the future by the Standing Rock tribe, and transported to support Pipeline Fighters on the frontlines in other states.

Everyone who makes a donation will have their name inscribed on a plaque placed on the tiny barns at the camp.

  • $25: Pitch in for a solar panel
  • $50: Pitch in for a tiny solar barn
  • $500: Solar panel + battery for one tiny solar barn
  • $3,500: One tiny barn ($3,000 barn kit; $500 solar + battery)

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