This poster provides an overview of the problems that farmers can face when fracking is carried out in their area:
As with the other posters on fracking, it is intended to be printed at an A1 size. It might just about work at A2 but not as well and certainly no smaller.
It can either be part of the complete exhibition of anti fracking posters – or can be shown at farmers events – or just given to farmers.
In addition here are a list of articles that are particularly relevant to farmers and market gardeners. It seems to me that it is a major priority to contact and work with farmers.
Featured image: England in springtime. Author: Bev Lloyd-Roberts. Source: http://www.freeimages.com/browse.phtml?f=view&id=1426264
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Brian Davey trained as an economist but, aside from a brief spell working in eastern Germany showing how to do community development work, has spent most of his life working in the community and voluntary sector in Nottingham particularly in health promotion, mental health and environmental fields. He helped form Ecoworks, a community garden and environmental project for people with mental health problems. He is a member of Feasta Climate Working Group and former co-ordinator of the Cap and Share Campaign. He is editor of the Feasta book Sharing for Survival: Restoring the Climate, the Commons and Society, and the author of Credo: Economic Beliefs in a World in Crisis.