In a county that as gone from just a few gas well to one with more wells than residents, there is a protest demonstration scheduled today, Sunday.
The Casper Star Tribune reports that a “retired high school science teacher Elaine Crumpley has helped organize what she’s calling a ‘peaceful protest.’ ” It will be from 1 to 3 p.m. on the Pinedale Anticline, the hill on top of the gas rich geological structure just west of the town of Pinedale. The protest is to call attention to the proposed gas-field development plan.
Drilling on the Anticline and nearby fields, such as the huge Jonah gas field, has brought standard breaking ozone air pollution and the resulting smog, disruption of wildlife, and damage to ten of thousands of acres of high desert to the formerly scenic upper Green River valley.
Story in the Casper Star Tribune. By Chris Merrill.