NoFrackingInStokes has no events currently scheduled but we are still working hard to prevent fracking in Stokes County and in North Carolina.
For other events throughout the State, see the calendar at FrackFreeNC.org
No Fracking In Stokes can be contacted in several ways. Volunteers will respond as soon as possible.
PO Box 154 Danbury, NC 27016
Visit us our Facebook group:
No Fracking In Stokes
As the old saying goes, ‟the squeaky wheel gets the grease.” We would like everyone to squeak loud and often. There is a vast number of people who are not aware of the latest developments in our state, the impact that it will have on our lives, or even what fracking means. You can help by getting the word out.
One of the biggest impacts you can make as an individual to let your representatives at the local, state and national level know how you feel about fracking. Our representatives base many of their decisions on what their constituents are saying. So the more people who voice their opposition to fracking the better.
Phone or e-mail your representatives often.
State legislative contacts.
Attend county meeting and express your views to council members.
Attend anti-fracking events to show our representative we have a great number of people opposed to fracking.
If you would like to show your support to the cause by wearing buttons, posting bumper stickers or yard signs, or borrowing some of our promotional material, contact us via e-mail at NoFrackingInStokes@gmail.com.
As with anything, fighting the fracking industry takes money. NoFrackingInStokes is now a chapter of the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League (BREDL), a 501(c)(3) organization. Therefore donations to NoFrackingInStokes are tax deductible. All money goes directly to printing, booth rental at events, and other expenses required to fight fracking in North Carolina. Your donations would be greatly appreciated to cover these costs.
If you wish to donate, make checks payable to NoFrackingInStokes and send to the following address:
P.O. Box 154
Danbury, NC 27016
Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League (BREDL): Fighting for environmental issues since 1984, when they successfully stopped the proposed nuclear waste dumps in western North Carolina.
Frack Free NC: A grassroots coalition of organizations that have joined forces to fight fracking.
Clean Water for North Carolina: CWFNC has led the charge in the fight against fracking and has helped NoFrackingInStokes in many ways.