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Stop Fracking Geauga! Rally

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NEOGAP

WHAT: March and rally against Fracking

WHEN:  Saturday, March 31 at 12:30 – 3 p.m.

WHERE: Chardon Square – meet in the parking area behind the Fire Station
for the March

NEOGAP (Network for Oil and Gas Accountability and Protection) Geauga Chapter needs your support to help stop fracking in Geauga County and other areas in Northeast Ohio.

Join local grassroots activists in Chardon for a march and rally to protect the rights of local citizens to clean air and water. In Geauga County, the oil and gas industry has started one fracking well at the headwaters of the Wild and Scenic Grand River. Leases have been signed for many more wells.

The Geauga County chapter of NEOGAP wants to alert the residents of Northeastern Ohio and our elected officials that facking is not Safe. Fracking puts our water at risk. We want to stop fracking. And contrary to what we have been told, we can do something about this at each level of government.

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