Support Standing Rock
Write to Complain on Environmental Impact Study
Submit a formal complaint to the Dept. of the Army. Written comments on the scope of an EIS should be sent no later than February 20, 2017.
Contact North Dakota Rep. Senator John Hoeven
Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs for the 115th Congress. Say that a thorough Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) must be completed before an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline project can be granted.
“The Army Corps lacks statutory authority to simply stop the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and issue the easement. The Corps must review the Presidential Memorandum, notify Congress, and actually grant the easement. We have not received formal notice that the EIS has been suspended or withdrawn.”