Nearing A Resolution

June Release Of GW Forest Plan Revives Fracking Debate

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Posted: May 3, 2013

Sarah Francisco, an attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center, discusses the possibility of drinking water contamination while atop Reddish Knob last week. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Lynn Cameron, of Friends of Shenandoah Mountain, talks about the potential effects of fracking in the George Washington National Forest at Briery Branch Lake.
Briery Branch Lake was seen on a media tour of the George Washington National Forest with local and state environmental experts last week. The panel discussed the potential effects of fracking on the forest.
The George Washington National Forest management plan that’s been in the works for nearly six years should finally be released come the end of June, according to Ken Landgraf, U.S. Forest Serviceā€¦

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