Don't Frack California - Bus from Chico to Sacramento
Butte College Chico Center

Bus to Sacramento!

Bus from the Bay Area to Sacramento for Governor Brown's State of the State Address (1/22/14)

THIS BUS IS SOLD OUT. Please contact Chico Bus Captain Dave Garcia at rangerdave(at)mynvw(dot)com to join a waiting list for this bus.

Are you ready to join the largest mobilization against fracking the Golden State has ever seen?

On March 15, Californians Against Fracking along with our friends and allies from across the state will come together in Sacramento for Don't Frack California — a rally and march to tell Governor Brown to Stop Fracking Now!

Buses will be leaving from across the state. We'll take you round trip to the Capitol in Sacramento to join thousands of other Californians demanding an end to fracking. Purchase your ticket below on the Don't Frack California bus leaving from Chico.


Bus Pick Up Time & Location
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  • 10:00 a.m. — Butte College Chico Center, 2320 Forest Ave, Chico, CA

The bus will return to the pick-up location by 6:30 p.m.


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Learn more about fracking

Fracking and other unconventional methods of extracting oil and natural gas come with intensive drilling and mining, massive amounts of toxic waste, air pollution and pervasive infrastructure that threatens our essential food and water resources.

To frack a well, operators mix millions of gallons of water with tens of thousands of gallons of chemicals, including some known to cause cancer, and then pump it all into the earth at extreme pressure to try to break up rock formations so oil and natural gas might flow.

Drilling and fracking:

  • require millions of gallons of water for each well, competing with farmers for local water supplies.
  • produce massive amounts of toxic and even radioactive waste with no good disposal options.
  • contaminate sources of drinking water as a result of disposal problems and the thousands of leaks and spills every year.
  • can lead houses and water wells to explode, due to contamination from methane and other harmful gases.
  • bring untold costs to local communities, from declines in agriculture, real estate and tourism to road damage, public health problems and increased demand for social services.
You can find more information in our reports and fact sheets on our site: http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/water/fracking/

Date:
Time: 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM

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