Despite summer being over, things continue to heat up in Texas for the Tar Sands Blockade as we enter day 3 of the tree-sit. On Monday, 8 people took to the trees to defend the land from clear-cutting that would allow for continued construction of the pipeline. And yesterday, two ground-dwelling allies locked themselves to a piece of construction machinery that was being used to build a road to the tree village, effectively halting TransCanada's work for most of the day.
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