In Dakota Free Press Podcast #021, I hit the road for Marshall County to take a look at the Keystone pipeline oil spill. Nobody on the oily ground for TransCanada wanted to talk to me today. But landowners Lillian Anderson and Kent Moeckly did. Both long-time farmers in Marshall County, both with land crossed by the pipeline, Anderson and Moeckly had a lot to say about how TransCanada has treated them in the past, what they see happening now around the spill, and what they want to see in the future from South Dakota’s elected officials to protect landowners from further pipeliner predations.
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