“SPLIT ESTATE” – hydrofracking film & discussion
January 7, 2010 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Split Estate, directed by Debra Anderson, narrated by Ali MacGraw
With discussion, Q&A afterwards with local activists
Join us to see this film! Learn even more about this danger to our water and health and prepare for a legislative push at the end of January!
“Split Estate is an eye-opening examination of the consequences and
conflicts that can arise between surface land owners in the western
United States and those who own and extract the energy and mineral
rights below. This film is of value to anyone wrestling with rational,
sustainable energy policy while preserving the priceless elements of
cultural heritage, private enterprise above-ground, and the precious
health not only of people but the land itself.” (Gov. Bill Richardson,
New Mexico) (film time 1hour 16 minutes)
This film fortells the future of CNY if the method of gas drilling known
as “Hydrofracking” is allowed in New York State. This is a must-see for
anyone who cares about the area in which we live, and the threats to our
area’s excellent drinking water.
“Hydrofracking poses the biggest threat to our local environment that I’ve ever seen.” (Joe Heath, Esq., General Counsel for the Onondaga
Free to the Public. ArtRage is handicapped accessible.
Off street parking at 408&414 Lodi Street, across from the gallery at Patrick’s Dry Cleaners and gallery lot.