COOS BAY, Ore. - Citizens Against LNG gathered outside Pony Village Mall Saturday protesting the proposed Jordan Cove liquified natural gas terminal.
The organization filed an appeal last week against the project.
Some protesters said the plant may solve short-term unemployment problems but cause problems in the future.
"I don't think this is going to help our kids," said Rick Staggenborg. "I think this is going to destroy our kids' future because of a global economy change and because of what it's doing to the water."
The group plans to protest again this week in Coos Bay.