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Donate to STOP The Granite Bridge Pipeline

Can you help us reach our $5000 goal to fight the Granite Bridge Pipeline?

Liberty Utilities proposes to build a fracked gas pipeline from Manchester to Stratham and a storage facility to hold 2 Billion cubic feet of fracked gas in Epping.

Why We Need to Stop the Pipeline:

  • Fracked gas pipelines lock us into using dirty fossil fuels for decades to come and stand in the way of building renewables.
  • Burning methane (natural) gas causes global climate change.
  • Pipelines put the health and safety of frontline communities in NH at risk as well as the communities living frontline to extraction.
  • The Granite Bridge will cost ratepayers $340 Million Dollars, paid for through rate increases until 2076.

We have the renewable energy solutions that we need. With your support, we can REFUSE and RESIST the Granite Bridge pipeline and create the renewable energy future that we need in our communities.

We need your support to fight this pipeline!

 

Monthly Sustaining Members

We are a grassroots nonprofit funded by the people who live work and play in the Granite State.  We are not funded by 350.org and we never take dirty money from big businesses.

Become a monthly member to stop the Granite Bridge Pipeline

Right now we are working to STOP the Granite Bridge Pipeline.

A proposal to carry fracked methane (natural) gas from Stratham to Manchester with a storage tank to hold 2 Billion Cubic Feet of compressed gas in Epping. 

If this pipeline is built, our community’s health and safety will be put at risk, and we will be locked into dependence on dirty fossil fuels for decades to come. Rate payers, not the Utility will foot the $340 million dollar bill. Our communities and our climate are at risk.  We need your support to stop this pipeline and protect NH.

Sign up below to become a monthly sustaining member!

Your donation of $5, $10, or $29.17 a month will give us the flexibility to organize with communities on the ground today, tomorrow and for as long as it takes to stop the Granite Bridge Pipeline.