Poisoned wildlife area acres
Families & farms effected
Earth for US to Protect
A vision to
To reclaim thousands of acres of farmland damaged by the oil industry.
To return salt-damaged farmland back into production to help feed and nourish the world.
To protect and conserve soil and water quality for farmers and rural communities.
To provide economic stability to local communities by eliminating the economic liability of salt-contaminated land.
To support local communities by developing reclamation expertise creating jobs that will last longer than the oil industry.
Help bring the Dead Lands back to LIFE
You can help reclaim, restore and revive salt contaminated land, resulting in renewed farm production, protected wildlife and hope for the future. A contribution of any amount is a step toward revitalizing the dead lands of North Dakota.
Stories of families living through this DEVASTATION
Generations of farm families have depended on the land for survival. Once productive land is made sterile not only the farmers income, but the food chain and the wildlife are devastated. Be inspired and help revive the land.
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Land damaged by oil production must be reclaimed and restored to productive capability. North Dakota’s state government allowed oil companies to produce without clean up and must restore our lands for viable food production. Our dead lands must be revived.
Resources to dig deeper
Take a deep dive into the issues with research documents, informational websites and the SLC blog. Learn how the damage is often delayed for decades. Our efforts form alliances so that comprehensive action occurs.
Help to Reclaim | Restore | Revive the land for future generations. Your donation today will be used to fund a court order for the reclamation of our devastated farmland, wildlife areas – the devastated & dead lands of western North Dakota. If successful, all contributors can be refunded in full by the Salted Lands Council – know that your contribution today will leverage reclamation funding over the next decade and beyond.