“The Effects of Oil & Natural Gas Development in Water Quality, Aquatic Habitat & Native Fish in Streams Along the Wyoming Range” Lecture by Carlin Girard CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Our special thanks to the Wyoming Outdoor Council for their generous donation to help fund the September 17th Water, Wells and Wellness Symposium. To find more information on the Wyoming Outdoor Council, clicking on the following link: https://wyomingoutdoorcouncil.org
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If you can’t give at this time, please help by attending the upcoming seminar and spreading the news to your friends and neighbors.
Mark your calendar for September 17, 2015 to attend a public education forum hosted by CURED on water, wells and wellness in Sublette County.
This free event features top notch speakers providing an in-depth look at the impacts of drilling and related gas field activities in the Pinedale Anticline adjacent to Pinedale, Wyoming. Speakers will detail the hydrology of Sublette’s ground and surface waters, concerns in well-field water monitoring as well as impacts on the health of county residents.
- Kevin Williams, Operations Manager, QEP Resources
- Mark Thiesse, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Water Quality Division
- Dr. Susan C. Nagel, University of Missouri School of Medicine
- Mike Wireman, Hydrogeologist, Granite Ridge Groundwater
We look forward to seeing you on September 17, 2015!
Mark your calendar for March 18, 2016 at 7 pm when Carlin Girard will join us for a lecture on “The Effects of Oil & Natural Gas Development in Water Quality, Aquatic Habitat & Native Fish in Streams Along the Wyoming Range”
Energy development can affect aquatic ecosystems through water contamination, water use and surface disturbance from infrastructure development (roads, pipelines, well pads, etc.). The aquatic ecosystem impairment Girard documented in streams running through the LaBarge Oil & Gas Field exemplifies the need for site-specific research and mitigation strategies, to ensure that energy development does not compromise important ecological conditions and services.
We look forward to seeing you on March 18, 2016 at the Sublette County Library Lovatt Room. A light dinner will be served at 6 pm. Lecture begins at 7 pm.
The Star Tribune reports on new clean air rules. Read here.
EPA proposes updates to the Clean Air Act. Remote spots such as the Wind River Range could benefit.
Read here- White house releases new plan on Wednesday January 14, 2015 to curb methane production.
CURED received coverage from the Casper Star Tribune here, for their years of work to promote responsible energy development.
Photo credit: Casper Star Tribune.
Elaine Crumpley and other CURED members took part in the Pinedale Winter Ozone Meeting, reported here.
Elaine Crumpley shows Sublette County Commission Chairman Joel Bousman the county’s “F”-graded report card from the American Lung Association during a public meeting Tuesday in Pinedale. Crumpley sits on the board of Citizens United for Responsible Energy Development, an advocacy group created in response to high levels of ozone attributed to the county’s oil and gas industry. Photo and caption from Casper Star Tribune.