Thursday, August 19, 2021

Save PA’s Forests Coalition Hosts Aug. 25 Webinar On Watersheds And Wilderness At Risk From Natural Gas Development

On August 25, the
Save Pennsylvania’s Forests Coalition will host a webinar starting at Noon featuring the FracTracker Alliance and their efforts to document the footprint of natural gas drilling in three iconic Pennsylvania Watersheds, Pine Creek, Loyalsock Creek, and Lycoming Creek.

Brook Lenker, Executive Director of FracTracker, will explore these special places and outline the threats they face from the activities of the gas drilling industry.

Click Here to register for this free webinar.

Visit the Save Pennsylvania’s Forests Coalition website for more information on forest-related issues in Pennsylvania and follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

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[Posted: August 19, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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