Ohio's state parks and public lands are under attack. The oil and gas industry has submitted its first nine applications to FRACK Ohio public land, including three applications to frack an incredible 281 parcels of Salt Fork State Park. Salt Fork is the largest state park in Ohio and widely considered the gem of our state park system. There is no way that surrounding this park with 16 frack pads to frack 281 parcels will leave this park unscathed. Fracking is incompatible with hiking, camping, swimming, fishing, birdwatching, and any other activity people do in our state parks. Help us fight back! Join the Rally to Save Salt Fork State Park at Shelter 1, near Camp Beach, at Salt Fork, 14755 Cadiz Rd, Lore City, OH 43755. Learn how fracking affects climate, health, democracy and more, tell visitors to the park what is happening, and say NO to fracking our precious public lands. Register here.
June 28, 2023