Ban Fracking Campaign Action Meeting: Volunteers Needed!
- Organization: Food & Water Watch: Cooper River Group
- Causes: Civic, Educational, Environmental, Health
- Date(s): Sunday Nov. 11th 2-3pm Thursday Nov. 15th 9-11am, 11-1pm, 6-9pm
- Contact person: Emily Reuman
- Phone: 978-844-2164
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.foodandwaterwatch.org/fracking
Last month, Governor Christie vetoed the Fracking Waste Ban, which is critical to protecting the health of our communities. The Ban passed with overwhelming bi-partisan support.
Fracking waste is dangerous to our health, our future, and our community. Our legislators have a chance to ban fracking waste disposal once and for all in just a month- but they might not stand up to industry pressure unless they hear our call to protect clean drinking water.
Sunday, Nov. 11th 2-3pm
Collingswood Public Library
Campaign Action Meeting
Come to the Campaign Action Meeting this Sunday to learn about how we can organize against fracking, help prepare for our Call-In Day of Action this Thursday Nov. 15th, and get involved! Volunteers needed to join the movement against fracking.
RSVP to email@example.com: Have signs or sign-making materials? Can you bring snacks?
Sponsored by the Cooper River Group of Food & Water Watch, a non-profit consumer advocacy group that works to ensure the food and water we consume is safe, clean, accessible, and sustainably produced.