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Tell Your Ohio Representative and Governor Kasich that Farmers and Consumers Want Strong Protections on the Fracking Industry!

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Current Ohio law does not provide adequate protections against an advanced form of oil and gas drilling, known as fracking. Act now to join fellow farmers and food advocates in demanding stronger regulations on the fracking industry. 

High-volume horizontal hydro-fracturing, is a controversial drilling practice that could pollute Ohio's water, air, and land; negatively impact public health, and jeopardize farmland and livestock health.

A bill that was signed into law by Governor Kaisich last year lacked key provisions that will keep Ohio farmland safe from industry accidents. Current law limits public participation in the permitting process, provides little opportunity for local governmental input, and creates loopholes for industry chemical disclosure.

Ohio law was originally touted as some of the toughest regulations on the fracking industry in the country, but contituents know this isn't true. It fails to adequately protect public health, the environment, and the ability of communities to make local decisions about fracking.

Take action today by following the steps above!

Learn more about this issue:

Visit OEFFA's Fracking and Farmland webpage.

Factsheet on Fracking and Farmland by the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association

What is or is not in the bill! by Buckeye Forest Council

Presentation on Enviromental Concerns and Fracking by the Ohio Environmental Council



To learn more ways to get involved, contact OEFFA's Policy Program Coordinator, MacKenzie Bailey, at mackenzie@oeffa.org or (614) 421-2022 Ext. 208.