Update 2016-12-09: Here are directions to Suwannee River Campsites at 30.414, -83.159167. Facing the boat ramp, up to your right you’ll see a trail head. Follow the trail into the woods along the river bank. The river bends left, then right. Shortly after the right bend is the crossing, at 30.407379, -83.156494. Sabal Trail has marked its path in the woods; stay off of their easement but follow it until you come to a field where you should be able to see the HDD site. Send back lots of pictures. For maps and aerial pictures, see Sabal Trail maps digitized. Much more information here. And you may want to ask the CEO of college-savings mutual fund Virginia529 why her company is the biggest mutual fund stockholder in the stranded investment of Spectra Energy.
Yes, Sabal Trail wants to cross the Suwannee River IN Suwannee River State Park.
How many pipelines do we want?
When do we want them?
Video by Phil Hubbard for WWALS Watershed Coalition
Suwannee River, Tuesday September 13th 2016
See the event invitation for more about the pipeline and the water protectors. Thanks to Julie Bowland for the pictures below. Plus a few by John S. Quarterman. Click on any picture for a bigger picture.
And if you missed the Suwannee action Tuesday, you can come to the US 84 bridge over the Withlacoochee River between Quitman and Valdosta, GA at 9AM Saturday Sept. 17th.
Pictures by Julie Bowland
Pictures by John S. Quarterman
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