Support of Common-Sense Protections for Colorado’s Water, Wildlife and Communities

Add your voice in Support of Common-Sense Protections for Colorado’s Water, Wildlife and Communities

Please join us at the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission public hearing in Grand Junction on June 10th.
There is a record-setting oil and gas boom in Colorado that is threatening our water quality, wildlife habitat and communities. The state agency which oversees oil and gas drilling in Colorado, is in the midst of updating decade old environmental protections for Colorado’s air, water and wildlife. The draft rules are a good start but need to be strengthened!

This is the only opportunity on the Western Slope to publicly address the oil and gas commission and ensure that oil and gas drilling does not hurt our water, wildlife and communities.  Please join members of the conservation community at the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission public hearing in Grand Junction on June 10th

Come early to ensure you get a chance to speak in favor of strong new protections for water, wildlife and our communities!

Members of conservation groups will be gathering outside Two Rivers Convention Center starting at 7:30am. Look for our tent out front!

Oil and Gas Public Hearing 8:30-5pm
Two Rivers Convention Center
159 Main St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Phone: 970-245-0031
Link to the map:
http://tinyurl.com/6rek5s

Join members of the Colorado conservation community before the oil and gas commission hearing.  Breakfast and Coffee will be served starting at 7:30!

We will also be holding a press conference at 11:30 with landowners and other parties that have been affected by oil and gas drilling.

Lunch will be served immediately after the press conference for all in attendance!

We look forward to seeing you on June 10!