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Frack Free NC yard sign 2016
Yard signs of this image against fracking and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in NC are now available! Please call ahead to arrange a pickup from Clean Water for NC's Durham (919-401-9600) or Asheville (828-251-1291) office.

About the Frack Free NC Alliance

“Frack-Free NC” is a network of grassroots organizations who believe that shale gas development using “fracking” and horizontal drilling cannot be done without bringing harm to our waters, land, air, communities and public health. We are working to keep North Carolina frack free. Learn more...
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Walk to Protect Our People and the Places we Live (APPPL)

Join us this Saturday at 11:00 am for the kickoff of the “Walk to Protect Our People and the Places we Live,” a walk to raise awareness about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Sign up for the Walk here and for more information from APPPL here.

Come hear the struggles of landowners along the proposed route […]

Don’t miss a chance to Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Feb 13, 14, 15!!

FERC Seeks Comments on Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Attend People’s Hearings nearby—learn more about the ACP and help prepare for official comments!

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline’s long permitting process continues, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which makes the final certification decision for gas pipelines, […]

Walk to Protect our People & Places we Love, Atlantic Coast Pipeline Route, March 4-19

We hope that you will join us March 4-19 for a Walk to raise awareness about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a highly pressurized natural gas pipeline slated to run through 8 of NC’s most poor & diverse communities.

The Walk will begin in Northampton County, travel through Halifax, Nash, Wilson, Johnston, Sampson, Cumberland and Robeson […]

The NC Alliance to Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline invites you to walk with us!

STOP THE ATLANTIC COAST PIPELINE

Residents all along the proposed NC corridor for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, from Northampton to Robeson Counties, are speaking out and showing up to express their concerns for water, safety, health and loss of control of their land. While economic development has been touted by Dominion […]

Why is FrackFreeNC Involved in Preventing Unneeded, Risky Pipelines?

“Fracking” in NC is now less of a threat, with natural gas prices too low for drillers to bother with NC’s meager natural gas reserves. However, the next wave of damage by the natural gas industry is the mad dash to build pipelines. Given the many impacts gas pipeline projects can have on communities, with […]

Deadline for Comments Tomorrow to FERC on AC Pipeline!

Tomorrow, August 5th is the deadline for comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for the Environmental Impact Statement for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion is aggressively recruiting comments in support of the pipeline. FERC NEEDS TO HEAR FROM YOU! Clean Water for NC has gathered talking points you can use to comment in your […]

Recording of Peoples’ Hearing on Atlantic Coast Pipeline now Available

The recording of the Peoples Hearing on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is now available here: https://vimeo.com/177434872

We did have technical difficulties, so not all comments were captured.

Clean Energy Revolution in Philadelphia

Check out these images of our FrackFreeNC partners participating in the Clean Energy Revolution in Philadelphia on July 24th!

Peoples’ Hearing on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Last night about 60 enthusiastic people showed up for the Peoples’ Hearing on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Fayetteville. Local folks, as well as grassroots organizations made comments about the dangers of this highly pressurized natural gas pipeline. Residents talked about Dominion complicating their lives, being misleading and not giving them reliable information, health, safety, […]

New Report: Dangerous Neighbors: Pipelines, Compressor Stations and Environmental Injustice

Clean Water for North Carolina is releasing a new short report – “Dangerous Neighbors: Gas Pipelines, Compressor Stations, and Environmental Injustice”. The U.S. is currently in the midst of an expansion of the natural gas infrastructure that has far outpaced the knowledge of impacts on people and the communities in which they live. With natural […]