The Trans-Pecos Pipeline

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David Keller of the Big Bend Consevation Alliance walks on Hancock Hill, above Sul Ros University, Alpine, where he works as an archeologist. Keller has been the driving force behind opposition to the Trans-Pecos Pipeline since 2013 rumors of the project emerged. “The pipeline has made me so angry, sometimes I feel quite powerless against it,” says Keller, “it involves both countries, and governments, and huge corporations.”

David Keller of the Big Bend Consevation Alliance walks on Hancock Hill, above Sul Ros University, Alpine, where he works as an archeologist. Keller has been the driving force behind opposition to the Trans-Pecos Pipeline since 2013 rumors of the project emerged. “The pipeline has made me so angry, sometimes I feel quite powerless against it,” says Keller, “it involves both countries, and governments, and huge corporations.”