Fracking site on BLM Land

Fracking site on BLM Land

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Caption: Fracking industry site on federal land near Counsellor, New Mexico. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has permitted fracking before updating a required resource management plan. Environmental groups and indigenous people are fighting back against the expansion of the fracking industry. San Juan Basin, NM.

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