Willie Corduff is a farmer who lives in northwest Ireland. In 2000, Willie learned that Shell Oil planned to build a high-pressure gas pipeline that would run across his land. Willie said no to Shell's plans. But both Shell and the Irish government told him he had no choice in the matter. Rather than consent, Willie and four neighbors went to jail. This year, Willie was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize - the world's largest prize honoring grassroots environmentalists. Also in this episode: Chuck Fister's story of the stolen horse and buggy.