Thousands of people joined the farmers, ranchers, and tribal leaders of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance the week of April 22-26 in Washington DC. They were joined by actor Darryl Hannah and rocker Neil Young. We open with Neil’s words to those gathered and then talk with Tom Genung, a rancher from Nebraska whose water from the Ogallala Aquifer is under threat from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry some of the world’s dirtiest, most toxic oil under high pressure across the US for use exclusively outside the US.

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