Protecting our water. Preserving our future.

Conference Held to Envision a Better Future for the Ohio River Valley

A Better Vision for the Valley, was an inspirational conference attended by many residents from the Ohio Valley, as well as representatives from numerous environmental groups. It took place on May 11, 2019 at Wheeling Jesuit College. Impactful speakers shared their knowledge about the environmental and public health crisis we are facing due to the oil and gas and petrochemical development in Appalachia.

Fracking: Your Health and Industry Liability

Fracking: Your Health and Industry Liability

Inviting all those who are impacted by the fracking industry and its infrastructure and toxic, radioactive waste processing and disposal facilities to join us at Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center near Cambridge on 4/28. For questions about the conference, please message us or call 740-233-1934. You can view the Facebook Event here.

Fracking and Ohio’s Future Conference

Fracking and Ohio’s Future Conference

An important one-day conference for legislators, regulators, and the public to learn about environmental and health impacts from unconventional shale drilling and what can be done to protect communities and Ohio’s economic and environmental future.

Wean Foundation: Impacts of Shale

Wean Foundation: Impacts of Shale

Grand Rapids, Ohio, March 27, 2013 – On April 5 and 6, 2013, a group of scientists, doctors, attorneys, researchers, environmental advocates and policy experts will assemble in Warren, Ohio to present and discuss the impacts of unconventional shale drilling, also called “fracking.” This conference is one of the first in the state to study and discuss...

MWCD Meeting

MWCD Meeting

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) held a public meeting to tell local residents about its plans to lease land for horizontal, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and sell water to service the massive amounts required by the industry. The meeting was held at the Secrest Center in Senecaville on October 17. The meeting was advertised to provide...