About Sharon Wilson
Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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Leonard Huff III says
I glad everything is going well in Wahington, D.C. Sorry to hear about your friends that had a bad airplane flight to D.C.. I can related to their story. Not very good for people who don’t have alot of hours traveling in the major airlines(American,Delt, ect,) airplanes. Who knows?
I remeber when I first came across your blog by accident. I started to read it evey once and a while. I would make a few few comments every once and a while. You would comment back to me in a very nice way.
Tonight , I look at every word(because I have a two day Weekend off with the wife) that you posted durning the 2007 period and also all the links. This time I open my mind to the messages that your were trying to influence people at that time.
Direct your passion and love of life toward what you belive in and don’t let a wall or ect. slow you down. You will Win! And I hope so!
Karen Burke says
Hello Fellow Barnett Shale Residents. I live in Haltom City surrounded by 4 frack ponds and 2 large compression staions and a couple other smaller ones. I wish I had found you sooner. I started a petition on Change.org titled “Stop Natural Gas Fracking and clean up the mess created in Texas!” Think of the jobs we could create cleaning it up! I don’t know how much good will come of it since everyone I have been talking to is in denial that fracking is bad for us. And the EPA has been stalling with the excuse of conducting studies. No, I did not sign up to be a Guinea Pig!
I think we need a class action law suit against the people who are profiting at our expense. Seeking a lifetime supply of chemical water filters for every home on the Barnett, as well as air filters & house plants that clean the air. Apparently Gerber Daisies and Chrysanthemums are superior in removing benzene from the air.
Anyway I hope this helps collect signatures for the petition.
Sincerely, Karen Burke