Now Playing Tracks

My friends are ramping up opposition to construction of Seep Ridge Road, the most devilish road I know of.

The road is being paved so that fossil fuel extractors like US Oil Sands—which wants to rip tar sands out of me—can do so more easily.

The county commissioners who approved the road construction at $3 million per mile have said they want the entire region to be an Energy Colony, land destroyed and used for nothing else but to be consumed, burned, ruined.

But I’m better than that! The tar sands projects are in really early stages but Seep Ridge Road is nearly paved to the Grand County line—draw the line at Grand County! Tell the ecoterrorists and their cronies in Uintah County government that this road will stop HERE!

See more pictures and learn more here: http://www.tarsandsresist.org/seepridgeroad/
Zoom Info
Camera
Nikon D600
ISO
100
Aperture
f/5.6
Exposure
1/800th
Focal Length
37mm

My friends are ramping up opposition to construction of Seep Ridge Road, the most devilish road I know of.

The road is being paved so that fossil fuel extractors like US Oil Sands—which wants to rip tar sands out of me—can do so more easily.

The county commissioners who approved the road construction at $3 million per mile have said they want the entire region to be an Energy Colony, land destroyed and used for nothing else but to be consumed, burned, ruined.

But I’m better than that! The tar sands projects are in really early stages but Seep Ridge Road is nearly paved to the Grand County line—draw the line at Grand County! Tell the ecoterrorists and their cronies in Uintah County government that this road will stop HERE!

See more pictures and learn more here: http://www.tarsandsresist.org/seepridgeroad/

blog comments powered by Disqus

7 notes

  1. quixylvre reblogged this from resistkxl
  2. resistkxl reblogged this from defendmaincanyon
  3. defendmaincanyon posted this
To Tumblr, Love Pixel Union