BlancoSTP is a very young organization, so it’s really gratifying to have such a great turnout from our local community. Hundreds of people showed up, enjoyed food, brews, and live music, interspersed with short stump speeches by locals and experts.
Many said they learned more at this event (than anywhere else so far) about what really happens when a multi-billion dollar corporation decides they want your land so they can make a bigger profit.
We also got tips from experts about what we can do to turn this Permian Highway Pipeline around, and get it out of the Hill Country.
Stay tuned here and on our social media to learn more about our next live event. A special screening of “A Texas Myth” – a documentary film about pipelines and communities, to be shown at the Arnosky Blue Barn, east of Blanco, on May 11.