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


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 and the pipeline proponents, only 18 permanent jobs will be created in NC, and none of the gas will be accessible for residential or small business use. Utility customers would end up paying the $5 Billion pricetag even if the pipeline doesn’t operate for long, and low income and people of color communities will be disproportionately impacted.  Renewable energy and efficiency are more cost-effective and won’t exacerbate climate change as would a natural gas pipeline, through leaks and routine releases.

NOVEMBER 19Three “Walks To Protect Our Peoples & The Places We Live”:


Sponsored by Cumberland County Caring Voices

9:30 AM Meet in front of Cape Fear Regional Theater in Fayetteville. 1209 Hay St.

March 1 mile down Hay Street to Market House for rally and speak out. Ending

about noon. Snacks & water will be available.

For more info, contact Denise Bruce, 910-726-5745, greenaction@sustainablesandhills.org

Mary Walker, 910-584-4343 walkerm0185@yahoo.com



Sponsored by Nash Stop the Pipeline

10 AM, Meet at Ennis Recreation Park in Red Oak, on Hwy 43. (Take exit 141 east

from I-95; go 3 miles turn right into Park at 1st stop light.).

Walk is 9 miles and will end at Nash County Court House about 3 pm in Nashville,

NC with rally and speak out. Shuttles available to return participants to Red Oak.

Snacks & water will be available.

For info, contact Marvin Winstead, 252-478-5442, marwinstead@gmail.com



Sponsored by Eco-Robeson

1:30 PM; Meet at the Pembroke Town Park, 413 West Third Street in Pembroke

across from UNC Pembroke. 2 mile walk. Rally and prayer circle at corner of

Prospect Rd and Hwy 72 near the Gas Metering Station. Snacks & water available.

For more information contact Alisha Locklear 910-827-2528 lockleara@hotmail.com

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