Pipeline protesters have a message for President Barack Obama carved in crops.
What's being billed as the largest aerial crop art installation in history has been completed near Neligh in Antelope County.
This, before Keystone XL Pipeline opponents make what may be their final plea to the president.
A group called the Cowboy and Indian Alliance heads to Washington D.C. to demonstrate in front of the White House.
People from across the U.S. will join in the protest in the nation's capitol starting on April 26.
The southern leg of the pipeline has been built, but President Obama still has to approve the part of the project that would cross Nebraska and the Canadian border.