Led by local residents and public health advocates, this tour will give you a first hand account of what it is like to live and grow up in the most heavily fracked county in Pennsylvania, Washington County. On this tour you will see several unconventional gas well pads and the infrastructure associated with them, such as impoundment ponds and compressor stations (which compress gas along pipeline routes), and hear about how they have impacted the surrounding community.
Organized by Physicians for Social Responsibility – Pennsylvania and local grassroots groups as part of the Clean Energy Justice Convergence, co-produced by The Natural History Museum.
Friday, September 23rd, 1-7 PM
Note: we are asking everyone, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask during the tours.