An Earth Day Letter from Fracking Country USA

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An Earth Day Letter from Fracking Country USA

Postby seabhac star » 11 Apr 2013, 16:25

Less trees to come out in leaf this year thanks to the industrialization of our landscape by the gas industry. Such a shame to see so much destruction around. People who have lived in the wilderness or in the country for very long probably know what I mean. I can't help but think that the land that feeds us with her game and shelters us with her trees, instructs us with her beauty, and slakes our thirst with her waters is somehow being violated and we along with her.Did anybody anticipate this much interference with the naturalness of our communities before this began? Anyhow happy Earth Day to all.
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Re: An Earth Day Letter from Fracking Country USA

Postby Oakapple » 14 Jan 2014, 14:53

A couple of UK anti -fracking petitions, if you are minded to sign them please. ... 41121.html

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