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We are Americans
and we have rights.

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The use of eminent domain for private gain can be devastating to farmers, ranchers, and other property owners. This is true for pipelines that serve export projects along the coast and for carbon capture and storage pipeline projects too.

PRPC serves as a network for the wide array of United States residents who are trying to protect their land from those who would take it without their consent to build pipelines.

We know what is like to stand up for your land against a big corporation and we can help.

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Read the Landowners Rapid Response Guide and watch the videos for information on how you can stand up for your rights.

PRPC nurtures a broad and ideologically diverse coalition of affected landowners and local and national organizations dedicated to ending eminent
domain abuse by the fossil fuel industry.

We are Americans,
and we have rights.

Profile picture of Irene Leech, one of our guides for affected landowners.

The use of eminent domain for private gain can be devastating to farmers, ranchers, and other property owners.

PRPC serves as a network for the wide array of United States residents who are trying to protect their land from those who would take it without their consent to build pipelines.

We know what is like to stand up for your land against a big
corporation and we can help.

Profile picture of Bernadette Johnson, one of our guides for affected landowners.

Read the Landowners Rapid Response Guide and watch the videos for information on how you can stand up for your rights.

PRPC nurtures a broad and ideologically diverse coalition of affected landowners and local and national organizations dedicated to ending eminent domain abuse by the fossil fuel industry.

See the stories

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See the stories of eminent-domain-threatened landowners from across the country in our video collection on our Youtube channel.

Landowners Conference

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Our national conference is free to attend and we made it possible for all landowners to be awarded the following benefits:

Free event attendance
Free housing
and food
Reimbursement of
travel expenses
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We are the Property Rights and Pipeline Center —often called PRPC.
We educate and organize landowners across the country to stand up for their property rights against oil and gas infrastructure.
We connect regions of pipeline resistance into a national force for eminent domain reform.

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PRPC is a national network
of landowners coming together
to help each other.

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PRPC can provide you with:

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Free "No Pipeline"
yards signs for your fight.

Contact Us
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Webinars to hear from
FERC Commisioners, experts on property rights, and to get updates on pipeline litigation.

Upcoming Events
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A vetted list of
eminent domain lawyers
to help you fight.

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The Landowners Rapid Response Guide that walks you through what you can do.

Rapid Response Guide
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Americans do not want a 20th century, dirty energy source forced into their backyards just so a few corporations can profit. This is especially true as sustainable energy grows and the pitfalls of fossil fuels become ever evident. Eminent domain-threatened landowners want help navigating the broken process adn advocating for change.

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Americans do not want a 20th century,
Dirty energy source forced into their backyards just so a few corporations can profit. This is especially true as sustainable energy grows and the pitfalls of fossil fuels become ever evident. Eminent domain-threatened landowners want help navigating the broken process and advocating for change.

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These projects are all RISK for our communities and all GAIN for the corporations building them.
Join us to stand up for your property rights.