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Upcoming Events

Nov. 16, 10:00 – 4:00 PM, Statewide Action to Stop the LNG Facility in Robeson Co.!

Nov. 19, 5:00 PM, Public Hearing on MVP Southgate’s 401 Water Quality Certification, Rockingham Comm. College Advanced Technologies Auditorium 560 County Home Road, Reidsville

Nov. 20, 10-2PM, NC Environmental Justice and Equity Board meeting, agenda TBA, Walnut Creek Wetland Center, Raleigh

Take action

Frack Free NC Public Forum

Join us for a forum on why it’s urgent to keep fracking out of NC!  Hear the latest info on dangers of fracking to our waters, land and people, including first-hand accounts from Pennsylvania farmers. Also discuss policy, legislation and property rights issues with leaders fighting fracking in NC.

1-5 PM, Saturday, June 22, 2013
Bynum Ruritan Club
23 Charlie Fields Rd, Bynum, NC 27312

Registration fee:  $10 in advance, includes Frack-Free NC yard sign! You can also reserve a box lunch in advance from Chatham Marketplace for an additional $10, to register, click here!
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Featured speakers are dairy farmers Carol French and Carolyn Knapp (pictured) from the center of shale gas extraction in Bradford County, Pennsylvania,  where  lives, land and water have been damaged by fracking.

Other speakers include:

  • Ryke Longest, Duke Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
  • Hope Taylor, Clean Water for North Carolina
  • James Robinson, Research and Policy Associate – RAFI International
  • Omega Wilson, Exec.Director of WERA and Environmental Justice consultant
  • Elaine Chiosso, Haw Riverkeeper for Haw River Assembly

The forum is sponsored by the Waterkeeper Alliance and Clean Water for North Carolina. For more information contact Elaine Chiosso, Haw Riverkeeper  (919) 542-5790 or info@hawriver.org; Or contact Hope Taylor (919) 401-9600, hope@cwfnc.org

 

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