Pints not Pipelines

Pints Not Pipelines returns on Sunday, November 13 from 4-7pm at the beautiful Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ to raise funds and awareness to fight the proposed PennEast and other pipelines that threaten preserved land.

Registration includes two drink tickets for Flying Fish beer, incredible food by Metropolitan Seafood & Gourmet, and live entertainment with The Bins featuring Patty Cronheim! Come be a part of it!

To Learn More and to Register >>


Experience: the Walk Along the Canal

On October 8th, join HALT PennEast in the Walk Along the Canal in solidarity against the proposed PennEast Pipeline and the destruction to the Delaware River. We are marching to protect our Delaware River, our communities and our homes. More info can be found on the event HERE. Please come and share this day with us.

Thank you to Scott Seraydarian and Lunch Productions for the Video.

For more information, see our event page on the Walk Along the Canal.

The Walk Along the Canal

Join us once again, in solidarity against the proposed PennEast Pipeline and the destruction to the Delaware River at a new spectacular location, this time in Pennsylvania. Invite your friends, family and neighbors so we can double the numbers from last years “March Across the River a Rally to Stop PennEast.”

We will be walking along the beautiful Delaware River canal towpath in Riegelsville, PA. See the actual spot where PennEast wants to burrow under our historic canal and Delaware River. This historic area near Durham Furnace by Riegelsville was a part of the Revolutionary War. George Washington requisitioned boats for the famous crossing of the Delaware.

The Lenape Nation will be joining us, in our love for this area and the Delaware River, and will be doing a special blessing and drum circle. There is an impressive list of Speakers for our destination point of the Riegelsville Borough Park. Food will be available for purchase and provided by The Riegelsville Tavern and Mueller’s. We will be selling stainless steel water bottles that can be filled at the park with water provided by Riegelsville Borough. If you are feeling groovy, and want to HALT PennEast, purchase a tie-dyed bandana – both with “The Walk Along the Canal” logo and date of this event.

Speakers to include:
Vince DiBianca – HALT PennEast
Maya van Rossum – Delaware Riverkeeper Network
Jeff Tittel – NJ Sierra Club
Susan Meacham – Holland Twp CCAP & HALT PennEast
Michael Brogan – Rider University
Kaia Elinich – Bucks County CCAP & Earth Guardians
Caroline Katmann – Sourland Conservancy
Mike Spille – The Cost of the Pipeline and HALT PennEast
Tara Zrinski – LV Food and Water Watch & PA
Linda Christman – Save Carbon County
David Pringle – Clean Water Action NJ
Doug O’Malley – Environment NJ

This is a peaceful celebration of community and what better way than to do it with friends, family and neighbors who are committed to a common goal of halting PennEast’s pipe dream.

Meet us at Riegelsville Borough Park where a shuttle will transport you to our beginning point. Our walk will end where we parked our cars to catch the shuttle – at the Borough Park.

For walking directions, please see the below map:


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Tell the NJDEP NO!

Game changer happening this Monday night! Let’s do this!  

There is a critical public hearing being held by the NJDEP to address a pipline project that will hook up to PennEast – the Garden State Expansion proposal.  We need thousands of people at this meeting to show NJDEP why this is wrong and show our wide spread opposition.  If the DEP does its job and does not act on the GSE then PE is affected.  More problems for PennEast. 

We are asking everyone to please attend this meeting: 

6 pm,  August 22, 2016, at the Ramada Inn, 1083 US-206, Bordentown, NJ.   

Click here for a map:   google maps

Why is this an important action?

It’s vital that we show up at this hearing to demonstrate tremendous public opposition to this expansion because this:

  • This is the first real step we can take to fundamentally constrict the system design that PennEast is positioning for their pipeline.
  • It is a real time event for us to show DEP, politicians, PE shareholders and the media the massive and united opposition we represent.
  • This will shine the light on the cumulative impacts to our safety, drinking water, and property rights that PennEast violates.

This project calls for the expansion of an existing compressor station in Lawrence Township in Mercer County, NJ and the installation of a new compressor station, meter and regulating station on environmentally-sensitive land located in Chesterfield Township in Burlington County, N.J. All of which many experts say is unneeded and harmful!

We are committed to showing up in large numbers to stop this expansion project, an important step to stop or slow the PennEast train from rolling forward.

Please see our flyer for more information regarding the event and potential comments.

All groups working to STOP the PennEast project are calling for this action by citizens including: HALT PennEast, Holland Township CAP, Alexandria CAP, Kingwood CAP, Delaware CAP, West Amwell CAP, Lambertville CAP, Hopewell Township CAP, and all the NGO’s are asking all people to attend this meeting!


How can you help now that the DEIS is here?

Urgent, We Need Your Help

FERC’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the PennEast Pipeline is here.

On Friday, July 22, 2016  the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the proposed PennEast pipeline. There is a very short period for the public to comment – the comment period ends September 12, 2016.

This DEIS is riddled with data gaps and incomplete information. How is it possible for FERC to determine that there are no environmental impacts with so much information missing? The DEIS should be withdrawn until PennEast has submitted all of the required data. With your help, we can act now, comment to the docket and make a public record as well.

It is critical that you act during the next 48 days. 

Between now and September 12, there are a number of actions we must each take to show FERC our profound opposition to this dangerous, unneeded pipeline. We must make our voices heard during this important comment period. There are 2 ways you can help.

Action Item #1 – Please submit comments to the PennEast Docket (#CP15-558-000):

Comment 1 –  Demand that FERC withdraw the DEIS because it is incomplete;

Comment 2 –  Demand that FERC to extend the public comment period until a complete DEIS is available for review; and

Comment 3 –  Comment many times, each time point out a specific problems in the DEIS, including assumptions, missing information, and issues that are either ignored or insufficiently addressed.  NOTE: Need comment topics and help? There are a series of comment workshops for you, see schedule is below.

Comments submitted to FERC during this period become part of the legal record in FERC’s mandatory environmental review. Our goal is to submit as many substantial, fact-based comments as possible. Intervenors’ comments and landowners’ comments carry more weight, and FERC must respond to each relevant comment. However, this is a public comment period so everyone can comment, and there is still time to register as an intervenor is you have not done so.

Directions on how to post comments to the Docket can be found HERE.

In your comments to FERC, it is important that you raise as many different points as possible. You should include detailed notes, specific data and unique stories about how you, your family, your community, and your property or business would be impacted by PennEast. 

Action Item #2 – Please attend one or more of the FERC Public Hearings 

FERC will hold six public hearings at which the public can comment on the DEIS. It is critical that as many people as possible attend these hearings.

Monday, August 15, 6-10pm    Penn’s Peak, 325 Maury Road, Jim Thorpe, PA, 18229

Monday, August 15, 6-10pm  –  Best Western Lehigh Valley & Conference Center, 300 Gateway Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18017

Tuesday, August 16, 6-10pm – Holiday Inn Clinton-Bridgewater, Hunterdon Ballroom, 111 West Main Street, Clinton, NJ 08809

Tuesday, August 16, 6-10pm – Peddler’s Village (Lahaska and Neshaminy Rooms), Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska, PA 19831

Wednesday, Aug 17, 6-10pm – Best Western Genetti Hotel & Conference Center, 77 E Market Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701

Wednesday, Aug 17, 6-10pm – Patriots Theatre at the War Memorial, George Washington Ballroom, 1 Memorial Drive, Trenton, NJ 08608

Please email us with any questions about the DEIS or upcoming DEIS workshops.

Rockin for Our Rights



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Rockin for Our Rights is a fundraiser for HALT PennEast. HALT PennEast protects landowners rights, safety, environment through legal representation.