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Protestors stand on an abandoned and burned vehicle on Highway 1806 during an action against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Cannon Ball, North Dakota in December 2016.

The protest camps located on US Army Corps land are located on a floodplain of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers. Concerns of flooding and resulting environmental damage from structures and waste at the camps have prompted evacuations and evictions ordered by both the Army Corps of Engineers and the Tribal Council.
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Protestors stand on an abandoned and burned vehicle on Highway 1806 during an action against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Cannon Ball, North Dakota in December 2016.<br />
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The protest camps located on US Army Corps land are located on a floodplain of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers. Concerns of flooding and resulting environmental damage from structures and waste at the camps have prompted evacuations and evictions ordered by both the Army Corps of Engineers and the Tribal Council.