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ArkansasFracking.org
    ArkansasFracking.org, as an organization, will be dissolved by the end of 2017. In the interim, the website may still serve as a source of information to the public. Thank you for your continued support of environmental and community health! We do have plans for a future informational website that covers environmental justice matters in Arkansas, which will include fracking.

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    Our mission at ArkansasFracking.org is to educate the public on the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as "fracking." This is an economic, environmental, and political issue, but above all it is a human health and human rights issue. Water contamination, air pollution, noise and light pollution, odors, road damage, property rights violations, negative effects on local businesses, and other problems are common complaints from are residents.  

    These problems not only impact the people in the area, but their pets, their livestock, and their crops. Wildlife and plants in the area are also affected. The effects are not confined within the Fayetteville Shale area, as the water people drink, the food that people eat, and the air people breathe may come from within the Fayetteville Shale.



What we do...
We focus on public awareness through this website, public presentations, media interviews, reports, social media, and a documentary which is now available online.
We work with area residents, industry employees, industry regulators, government officials, and other grass-roots organizations to help eliminate negative impacts.
We have conducted research on air quality, which has been peer-reviewed and published, and are currently researching effects to public drinking water through GIS and mapping.

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