Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Impact of Hydrofracturing for Natural Gas on Ohio's Forests

Buckeyeforestcouncil.org
Cheryl Johncox, Executive Director Buckeye Forest Council
will speak on
Impact of Hydrofracturing for Natural Gas on Ohio's Forests
Thursday Dec. 1, 2011 -  4:30 p.m. 
Heiser Auditorium, Kendal @ Oberlin


Ms. Johncox will describe the environmental hazards associated with fracking, and pressures being brought to bear on landowners to lease public and private lands for drilling.
Sponsored by the Kendal Environmental Concerns Committee and League of Women Voters of the Oberlin Area.  
Martha's Journal, official publication of the Buckeye Forest Council, is named for the last known Passenger Pigeon, who died in the Cincinnati Zoo in 1914.  The Passenger Pigeon, once numbered in the millions throughout eastern forests, in flocks so huge that they took hours to pass while migrating, was driven to extinction in part by human-caused destruction not unlike the continued fragmentation of forests still standing.  
Come learn what effect hydraulic fracturing could have on Ohio's forests.  The public is invited.
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