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Action Alerts!

One way that individuals can affect or influence change is to inform our local, state, and national lawmakers/decision makers of our concerns regarding specific initiatives or pending decisions. Use the links below to make your voice count today.

Collaborative Trail Logbook – Reporting Gas Industry Impacts on PA Trail Experiences

Reporting Gas Industry Impacts on Pennsylvania Trail Experiences -Run off your right-of-way by a gas company employee or truck? Concerned about the quality of the water you’re putting in your canteen? Riled about the forced relocation of your favorite trail? If shale gas drilling and its associated activities have put a rut in your trail adventure, FracTracker and Keystone Trails Association (KTA) want to know! It is time to collect the stories and experiences of hikers and trail users everywhere to better understand the impacts of the shale gas industry and outfit trail advocates to address these issues and seek remedies. If you have an experience to share, please use the new Trail Logbook: Reporting Gas Industry Impacts on Pennsylvania Trail Experiences  to submit your experiences.

To see the Trail Logbook submission page or to submit data, click here. If you would prefer to print out the logbook and mail it in, click here.      And please share this informetion with fellow PA outdoor enthusiasts.

Other Action Alerts:

Write the Sullivan County Commissioners tell them how you feel about their MARC 1 pipeline letter to FERC.

Ask your PA legislators to protect Clean Air Act and EPA and take action to protect your drinking water http://pennsylvania.sierraclub.org/

State Forests are under attack! Say no! http://www.sosinpa.org/

Share your Thoughts

Contact your representatives to let them know you care about the many issues of Gas Drilling in your area. Even if you cannot vote in PA, you can still make your opinions known especially if you own property in PA.

Governor Tom Wolfe http://www.governor.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/contact/2998/e-mail_the_governor%27s_office/465341

President Barack Obama http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact

Representative Tina Pickett tpickett@pahousegop.com

Senator Gene Yaw gyaw@pasen.gov

Senator Robert Casey http://casey.senate.gov/contact/

Senator Patrick Toomey http://toomey.senate.gov/contact_form.cfm

Eagles Mere Borough Council   em17731@epix.net

Sullivan County Energy Task Force http://www.sullivancounty-pa.us/offices/etf.htm

John Silla Chair (570) 482-3535 Email
Ted Christini  Vice Chair  (570) 928-9458 Email
Sub-Committee List
Economic Development John Silla (570) 482-3535 Email
Government Realations Barbra Warburton (570) 924-3984
Infastructure Dan Marquadt, Jr. (570) 482-2971 Email
Public Safety Scott Hope (570) 750-1004 Email
Planning Ted Christini Email
Planning Judy Reynolds (570) 928-7012 Email
Public Eduction Mark Madden (570) 928-8941 x106 Email
Environmental Scott Sample (570) 750-1004 Email
Industry Relations Betty Reibson (570) 924-3490 h Email
(570) 946-5201 w

Sullivan County Commissioners: commissioners@sullivancounty-pa.us

Darla M. Bortz

Robert Getz

Wylie Norton

PA Department of Environmental Protection RA-epcontactus@state.pa.us

FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) – “The Commissions staff also provides guidance regarding compliance with the statutes, rules, regulations and tariffs administered by the Commission. If you have compliance-related questions and do not know which member of staff to contact regarding a particular subject matter, please submit your question via our online form and it will be forwarded to the appropriate member of Commission staff for a response.”

Organizations are also helpful in keeping abreast of current legislative activity surrounding natural gas drilling and extraction in Pennsylvania, as well as nationally. Below find links to some organizations that have been particularly active on this issue:

Responsible Drilling Alliance http://www.responsibledrillingalliance.org/

PA Chapter Sierra Club http://pennsylvania.sierraclub.org/

SOS (Save Our State Forests) http://www.sosinpa.org/

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Protect Eagles Mere Alliance

 Box 177

Eagles Mere, PA     17731

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PEMA will have various opportunities for individuals to volunteer their time or expertise toward our mission. Some of the projects are short-term and may require a few hours or weeks of your time. Other opportunities are ongoing throughout the year. If you would like to assist PEMA through volunteering, please fill out our PEMA Volunteer Form and return to PEMA at PO Box 177, Eagles Mere, PA 17731 or protecteaglesmere@gmail.org

The Protect Eagles Mere Alliance has heard your support of our mission loudly and clearly. Thank you for letting us know that you value our efforts. Learn more about PEMAs past, current and future projects.

In order to continue to do the important work necessary to protect Eagles Mere, we need your help, be that your time as a volunteer or your financial contribution – or both. We are responsible stewards of the funds given to support PEMA’s mission, and will continue to be such.

 

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