William’s Atlantic Sunrise pipeline, slated for construction through Columbia County, has prevented the farmers of Hearts & Bones Farm from farming the land this season. Unable to use the fields for CSA and their market garden, organic farmers Chris and Jill oppose the construction of this pipeline.
This summer, with the help of the Columbia County Against the Pipeline Campaign, the Shalefield Organizing Committee, and the community, Hearts & Bones farm became”Planted Against the Pipeline,” featuring flowers of resistance, a pumpkin patch, and more!
Through this project we cultivate connection within our community, our land, our history, and our environment all while resisting this destructive pipeline!
Our buckwheat has flowered and went to seed, and our pumpkins are almost all grown!
As we move from summer into fall, we face not only a new season, but invasive and
destructive pipeline construction by Williams Transco. Stay tuned for updates and events!
To learn about what we have already accomplished, check out our photos!