In this photo taken on March 12, 2013, pipeline opponents, from left: Zack Hamilton, an organic rancher and public advocacy coordinator for the Nebraska Farmers Union, from Ceresco, Ne

 

              In this photo taken on March 12, 2013, pipeline opponents, from left:  Zack Hamilton, an organic rancher and public advocacy coordinator for the Nebraska Farmers Union, from Ceresco, Ne
In this photo taken on March 12, 2013, pipeline opponents, from left: Zack Hamilton, an organic rancher and public advocacy coordinator for the Nebraska Farmers Union, from Ceresco, Neb., Ken Winston, a Sierra Club lawyer, from Lincoln, Neb., Joe Moler, a landowner from York, Neb., Randy Thompson, a landowner, from Martell, Neb., Ben Gotschall, organic dairy farmer and activist with pipeline opposition group Bold Nebraska, from Hastings, Neb., Tom Genung, pipeline opponent from Hastings, Neb., all pose for a photo with their hats on. An unusual coalition of environmentalists, property rights advocates and ranchers is attempting to find new ways to derail the Keystone XL pipeline project that, more than ever, seems to be headed for approval in a nation eager for jobs and energy development. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)