Our public lands are under siege, and the Bureau of Land Management continues to prioritize oil and gas extraction over our climate, air and water. We need your help to protect Chaco Canyon and the surrounding communities from fracking.
Chaco Canyon: Too precious to frack
9 thoughts on “Chaco Canyon: Too precious to frack”
They can’t be serious?
If anyone has created a way to curse themselves…these people have found it. Curse the destroyers. Heal the Earth.
For crying out loud – this is an ancient Indian site.
White America is so sick. I am ashamed of the people I share a skin color with.
No no no. This is Native land.
The skin colour is not the issue. We are collectively part of a human condition that makes it possible for any of us to inflict the worst on each other. Color of skin not withstanding.
Can’t they see what is happening in Oklahoma. All that fracking has led to serious EARTHQUAKE. People need to realize, when all is destroyed, only then will you realize you can’t EAT MONEY!!!
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