NRDC wants people impacted by oil and gas development

April 29, 2014

Colorado, oil and gas drilling

nrdc_logo-2The National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is organizing a protest of the BLM’s final management plan for the Colorado River Valley Field Office (CRVFO) area. They are looking for people who:

a) Live within the boundaries of the CRVFO. Click here for map

b) Are members of one of the following groups (or able to become one):

Wilderness Workshop
The Wilderness Society
Rocky Mountain Wild
Colorado Mountain Club
Western Colorado Congress
Rocky Mountain Recreation Initiative
Natural Resources Defense Council
Conservation Colorado (Colorado Environmental Coalition)
WildEarth Guardians
Sierra Club

c) Live near oil and gas development on federal lands or split estate/federal minerals; and

d) Have experienced health impacts (air quality, safety, noise, water degradation) related to the federal oil and gas development; and

e) Are concerned about future health impacts and would like BLM to analyze them before approving any new oil and gas development; AND

f) Would be willing to sign a written statement stating these things.

Anyone who might fit the above criteria and be willing to submit a written statement to the BLM can contact Amy Mall at: or 202-513-6266

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One Comment on “NRDC wants people impacted by oil and gas development”

  1. Bill Anderson Says:

    If I lived in Colarado I would be supporting this 100%. Unfortunately I live in the Highlands of Scotland and my mission is to stop Fracking from taking place here now and in the future by posting your posts on facebook to my friends. Wishing you the best of luck as you all try to take this a stage further.

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