Tags: Amanda Buchanan, Dan Schmidt, Environment, Fracking, Idaho Legislature, Jerry Fairly, Kai Huschke, Liz Amason, Natural Gas, Tom Trail, Water
This is part 2 of the Forum on Fracking in Idaho held Saturday, February 11th at the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center in Moscow. This part is 42 minutes, 33 seconds long.
The Forum was sponsored by the Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition, Palouse Group Sierra Club and Wild Idaho Rising Tide
Panelist Include University of Idaho hydrogeologist Jerry Fairly, Kai Huschke of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, Washington County, Idaho fracking activists Amanda Buchanan and Liz Amason, and state Representative Tom Trail of Moscow. You’ll also hear State Senator Dan Schmidt of Moscow and various members of the audience.
Part 1 is available here.
Part 3 will be available later.