Contact Frack Off Greater Chaco
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has approved over 400 drilling permits and insists that the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) poses no significant impacts to the environment or surrounding communities. On January 25th, 2017, the BLM leased an additional 843 acres—completely ignoring the urgent need for public and environmental safeguards.

91% of BLM managed lands in the Greater Chaco area have been leased for oil and gas development.

Community members experience water pollution, more dust pollution caused by heavy truck traffic, unsafe transportation, the desecration of unmarked sacred sites and herbs, toxic air from flaring and other related health symptoms.

To protect the cultural landscape of Greater Chaco and advance environmental justice, we need your support. If you have any questions, concerns or want to become involved, please let us know.

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