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Seats still available for this Thursday’s fracking luncheon

Be sure to make your reservations for this Thursday’s Crucial Conversation luncheon – “Fracking: Do we really want it in North Carolina?

As this article that ran in Raleigh’s News & Observer over the weekend makes clear, fracking is an enormously complex and controversial practice. Attendees at Thursday’s luncheon will get a chance to hear directly from two Pennsylvania farmers who have experienced fracking up close and personal and receive an overview of the policy debate in North Carolina from one of the state’s leading experts. 

Click here to register for this informative and important event. Se ya’ Thursday!

 

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  1. […] can hear directly from experts and community residents this Thursday. We hope the legislative staff of elected officials that see fracking as a panacea for our energy […]

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