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Another Crucial Conversation in Raleigh

Fracking: Do we really want it in North Carolina?

When: 12:00 p.m., Thursday, November 10 — Lunches will be available at 11:45 am and the program will begin at noon.

Where: Center for Community Leadership Training Room at the Junior League of Raleigh Building, 711 Hillsborough St. at the corner of Hillsborough and St. Mary’s streets.

Who: Carol French and Carolyn Knapp are dairy farmers from Pennsylvania. They’re also the founders of the Pennsylvania Landowner Group for Awareness and Solutions (PLGAS). Working with the advocacy group Clean Water for North Carolina, French and Knapp are coming to North Carolina to share their firsthand experiences with the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of fracking in their home state.

French and Knapp will be joined at the podium by the Policy Director of the North Carolina Conservation network, Grady McCallie. McCallie is one of North Carolina’s most experienced and knowledgeable environmental policy experts.

Co-sponsored by Clean Water for North Carolina.

Click here to register.

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