Now is the time to get involved!

You scroll through social media and you hear about the pipeline coming through the community, the smell from the chicken farms and people afraid to drink their well water, then the liquified natural gas facility, and it makes you angry.

Now is the time to get involved.

We need you in person, attending meetings, telling your friends, family, church about what all is happening in the county. Because it doesn’t stop here.

Many thought, oh it will stop with the chicken farms, then the pipelines years ago, then the spraying from Campbell Soup, now the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, oh it must be over. But now they’re planning not only an extension to the pipeline, but also a Liquified Natural Gas Facility, which by the way, these facilities are extremely dangerous.

You think this is the end? It’s not. The more we allow, the more that will try to come.

Put your foot down now. Because the only people that can stop this is us.

New Report on ACP Blast Zones

Check out this new report on the Blast Zones in NC associated with the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline. These areas are close to the pipeline corridor, are within the incineration zone, and contain a large number of residents/homes.

Check out the full report here:

Here are the images of the Blast Zones in Robeson County (there are 6 altogether).

Blast Zone Saint Pauls

Blast Zone Saint Pauls 2

Blast Zone Saint Pauls 3

Blast Zone 4 Townsend Chapel Rd

Blast Zone 5 Whistling Rufus Rd

Blast Zone 6 Cozy Corner

Ain’t No Need For the ACP

It’s true, there ain’t no need for the ACP!


NC can get the natural gas it needs through the existing Transco Pipeline.

Why build the ACP?

The corporate owners of the ACP (Duke Energy and Dominion) will get up to a 14% profit on this over 5.1 BILLION dollar project.

Who’s paying for the ACP?

We are. Yep. Our Duke Energy electric bills will be raised to pay for the pipeline, on top of other increases. Many in Robeson County already can’t afford their electric bills, so why build the pipeline?

The corporate owners of pipelines see these projects as guaranteed profit for years to come. 

It’s all about $$$.