Jenn Galler

16. Frack Free, Coal Ash Free, and Pollutant Free NC

16. Frack Free, Coal Ash Free, and Pollutant Free NC

Debbie Hall, Donna Strickland, and Keely Wood, they are all members of EnvironmentaLEE or ELEE for short which is a chapter of the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League. ELEE is dedicated to preventing fracking and to protecting the environment and educating the public about environmental issues where they live in Lee County, NC. Mineral rights which are property rights to exploit an area for the minerals it harbors. Mineral rights can be separate from property ownership. Mineral rights can refer to sedentary minerals that do not move below the Earth's surface or fluid minerals such as oil or natural gas. We start talking with Debbie to discuss background and history with the ELEE chapter and how they got started, then Keely explains the issues that they are facing now, and we finish with Donna telling us the fundraising methods and events they’ve hosted and how people can support in their efforts. Contact and connect with Debbie, Donna, or Keely: debhall@windstream.net, dlsart@windstream.net, and keely@bionaturae.com, or elee_directors@environmentalee.org EnvironmentaLEE chapter: https://www.environmentalee.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/EnvironmentaLEE/ Fracking: https://www.environmentalee.org/fracking-info Coal ash: https://www.environmentalee.org/coalash-dump-info-2 Fundraising events: https://www.environmentalee.org/fundraiser Mineral Rights: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/mineral-rights.asp BHARAT Forge: https://www.bharatforge.com/ Background Music Credits: https://www.youtube.com/c/mbbmusic https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial https://www.instagram.com/mbb_music

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