Boulder County is threatened by 140 proposed fracking wells, which would be on County open space land. The County currently has a fracking moratorium, which will expire in March 2020. Join us to learn more about the threat and what we can do about it from attorneys, policymakers, and activists who are leading the fight against fracking in Colorado...
One of the ways we are reaching voters is through our paid phone bank. Our goal is to make 1 million calls. To accomplish this, we are hiring paid phone bankers. If you or anyone you know (age 18 or older) are interested in helping us make history and be paid in the process,please have them fill out this form.
This is a grassroots powered campaign to help protect public health and the environment by establishing 2500' setbacks from fracking. We need as many volunteers as possible to compete with oil and gas spending more than $33 million on negative ads. Additional info at corising.org
Please go to corising.org to find ways to support the Colorado Rising ballot initiative. This is a statewide ballot initiative for a 2500' setback to oil and gas development. All volunteers need to turn in petitions by August 1st.
Boulder Colorado Rising office hours and location:
Come by on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, 9am-9pm
Where: 1325 Broadway, #216 Boulder
Exciting news! Our ally Colorado Rising has submitted language for a statewide ballot initiative to help protect our communities' health and safety from fracking by establishing 2500' buffer zones around occupied buildings, such as homes and schools, and vulnerable areas, such as playgrounds and water sources.
Here's how you can help to make this coalition effort to protect Colorado communities a success: Show your s...
Exciting news! Our ally Colorado Rising has submitted language for a statewide ballot initiative to help protect our communities’ health and safety from fracking by establishing 2500’ buffer zones around occupied buildings, such as homes and schools, and vulnerable areas, such as playgrounds and water sources. (Here’s a story that Boulder Weekly rece...