Cindy Myers

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Cindy Myers lives on an acreage south of Stuart, Neb., with groundwater so pure, it doesn’t need to be treated or filtered to drink. She started writing and speaking about protecting our water in March 2009 when it appeared the Keystone XL pipeline, routed to cross just two miles east of her well, was a serious proposition. Myers has been a Registered Nurse for 31 years and is currently the quality assurance coordinator and cardiac rehab director at West Holt Memorial Hospital in Atkinson, Neb.

 

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