Fracking Tour of Pennsylvania

Date: 
Sunday, March 10, 2013 - 7:15am - 6:45pm
Location: 
Christopher Morley Park, 500 Searingtown Road, Roslyn, NY 11576

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There Are Plenty of Reasons Not to Allow Fracking in New York
Come See Them for Yourself

See Fracking Up Close

Pennsylvania Farmers

Sign Up for Our Bus Tour of PA Fracking Sites on March 10th

Dear Friend,

I often write to you about the many dangers of fracking: how it can tear apart communities, contaminate drinking water, pollute the air with dirty chemicals and deflate property values. Reading about the effects of fracking is powerful enough, but seeing them for yourself can be shocking. That's why we're inviting you to take a bus from Long Island to Pennsylvania, to see the effects of fracking close up.

From drill rigs, to pipelines, to waste pits, there's a lot more to fracking than you might imagine from reading about it in the news. By visiting drilling sites — where you can see, hear and smell the entire process — you'll see first-hand why we're fighting so hard to keep this dangerous practice out of New York. Secure your ticket today for this unique opportunity to learn what fracking is all about.

Fracking is bad for the economy and the environment, but at the end of the day, we're fighting for people — their homes, their health and their land. We'll be taking a bus into the heart of fracking country on Sunday, March 10, to see some of the devastating impacts that fracking has had on Pennsylvania communities. Come join us for an amazing and sobering reminder of what we're working so hard to fight in New York.

Learn more and RSVP:
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Thanks for taking action,

Eric Weltman
Senior Organizer
Food & Water Watch
eweltman(at)fwwatch(dot)org