Frac Sand Sentinel June 6, 2017 | WisCommunity

Frac Sand Sentinel June 6, 2017

June 6, 2017 - 9:38pm

From as early as breakfast time to as late as your midnight snack, food is an integral part of our lives. As much as clean air and water are necessary for healthy lives, safe and clean food is just as important.

But what happens if the farms where our food is grown are near shale production activity?

to learn about a new map created in collaboration by Citizens for a Healthy Community and the FracTracker Alliance.

Tune in to see this never-before-seen map that shows the significant overlaps between shale and food production.

Make sure to stay after the presentations to engage in a Q&A and discussion about the map and how you can use this tool in your work.

NEW: What’s In My Food: When Food and Shale Production Intersect
Wednesday, June 7 at 2:00 PM E.T.

I hope to see you there!

Ted Auch

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What’s in your food? Do you know where it comes from? What if it comes from land that is fracked? Join and for a webinar hosted by on June 7 to learn more on the intersection of shale and food production. Reserve your spot today!
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Did you know? Over 50% of US agricultural market value and 93% of US farms – both conventional and organic – operate within shale basins and active shale plays? Join and on June 7 as they unveil for the very first time a new map that shows how shale production impacts food production in the U.S. - you won’t want to miss it. Reserve your spot today!


How does impact your ? Learn more on 6/7, register NOW

50%+ of US agro market value and 93% of US farms operate within basins and active shale plays. Learn more:

How can people trust that the food they eat is safe? Learn more on 6/7

Register today: Webinar, 6/7 on a new map of food and shale production by

Pat Popple   715-723-6398       Welcome to the Frac Sand Sentinel, a newsletter highlighting resource links, news media accounts, blog posts, correspondence, observations and opinions gathered regarding local actions on, and impacts of, the developing frac sand mining and processing industries. 

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