Bold Oklahoma joined #NoPlainsPipeline and the American Indian Movement (AIM) for a press conference at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Monday, to announce the formation of a coalition working to stop Plains All American’s Diamond Pipeline project — which threatens our water as well as Native American cultural sacred sites and burial grounds along the historic Trail […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 27, 2017 Contact: Mekasi Camp Horinek, 580-491-4198, firstname.lastname@example.org Fight Against Diamond Pipeline Spans Three States Coalition press conference at Oklahoma State Capitol on Monday Oklahoma City — A coalition of environmental groups announced Friday they are expanding pipeline fights across three states. Members from several indigenous and environmental groups say they’re coming […]
Bold Oklahoma coordinator and Ponca Nation member Mekasi Camp Horinek has been on the ground at the Standing Rock camps in North Dakota, set up to protect sacred water and lands from the Dakota Access pipeline. Long night many casualties rubber bullets tear gas and water cannons water mixed with mace but the water protectors are still […]
The state of Oklahoma is now the earthquake capital of the world — with the frequency and severity of earthquakes spiking due to the oil and gas industry’s practice of injecting fracking and drilling wastewater underground at high pressure. The number of earthquakes in Oklahoma has jumped more than 300 fold since 2009, from a maximum […]
Bold Oklahoma partnered with Earthworks and Stop Fracking Payne County to use special infrared cameras to document local oil and gas wells that are leaking methane — a potent greenhouse gas that is colorless, odorless and a significant contributor to climate change. The team recently visited 30 wells near White Eagle, including over 20 on […]
Bold Oklahoma Joins Coalition Supporting Tribal Lawsuits Against US Army Corps Permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline
Coalition Supports Tribal Lawsuits Against US Army Corps Permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline SIGNED BY: Camp of the Sacred Stones, Indigenous Environmental Network, Honor the Earth, 350.org, Bold Alliance: Bold Nebraska, Bold Iowa, Bold Oklahoma and Bold Louisiana, Modern Day Warriors, Fort Berthold Protectors of Water and Earth Rights, 100 Grannies for a Livable […]
We mobilize unlikely alliances to protect the land and water.
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.