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Published on Mar 30, 2014
Environmental destruction of land begins long before gas well pads are excavated and wells are drilled and fracked in gas patches around the U.S. The destruction actually begins with the mining of frac sand in several US states, removing bluffs and bringing community disruption along with serious concerns about truck traffic, air quality and lasting water quality. This video explores these human and environmental costs, giving the student of hydraulic fracturing a more complete picture of the damages fracking causes from cradle to grave. Learn more: FACEBOOK - Allamakee County Protectors WEB - www.allamakeecountyprotectors.org