Originally posted on Deep Green Resistance Sonoran:
Richard Schultz points to land-clearing work across the border from Rancho de la Osa Guest Ranch, which he co-owns.
Original article by Joe Ferguson, Arizona Daily Star
Sasabe residents in the Altar Valley are nervously watching as construction crews bulldoze land just across the Mexican border.
They believe, or more accurately fear, the corridor the size of a football field being carved into the Mexican desert is evidence that approval of a proposed 59-mile Kinder-Morgan pipeline through their area is little more than a formality. With a decision from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on the actual route of the pipeline not expected until next year, Altar Valley residents are left to wonder how the 36-inch natural-gas-pipeline extension expected to cut through a path through their ranches and sensitive wildlife corridors will affect their lives.
The sound of heavy equipment clearing desert can easily be heard from the historic guest…
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