A coalition to protect our communities...
ShaleshockCNY is part of the greater Shaleshock Action Alliance, a movement that works toward protecting our communities and environment from exploitative gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region. Shaleshock is an alliance of Working Groups which include people who have signed leases, not signed leases, who have been compulsorily integrated, and people who don’t own land.
ShaleshockCNY aims to bring together the variety of people and groups working on the issue of hydrofracking so that we can share information and work to protect our communities.
See the Calendar page for the next meeting date.
Join the email list!
Want to keep up with what's going on? Join the ShaleshockCNY listserv, and/or the broader Shaleshock listserv. Expect to learn a lot!
Host a Lease Termination Workshop
Check out the New York Times article on the local Lease Termination Workshops! Contact Lindsay if you would like to host one in your town.
Shaleshock CNY Participants
Shaleshock CNY does not claim to represent any of these groups.
We welcome their participation at our table alongside average concerned citizens, creating a rich and informed dialogue about the issues at hand.
Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation
Onondaga Nation: Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force
Citizens Campaign for the Environment
Sportsmen Alliance for Marcellus Conservation
Sierra Club - Atlantic Chapter
Gas Drilling Awareness of Cortland County
Otisco Lake Preservation Association
Skaneateles Lake Watershed and Hydrofracking
People for Animal Rights of CNY
Want to see a drilling site? Take a drive down I-81
Taken by a Shaleshock CNY member near Lenox and Harrford, PA 3/2012
Other groups working on Hydrofracking in NY
Music for the Movement!
Local singer-songwriter Colleen Kattau has put together an excellent CD with other artists, such as Thousands of One, and emma's revolution, and donated them to local fractivist groups as fundraisers. CDs are available for a donation of $10 at the Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation table at local events, at the Syracuse Peace Council, or for download online.