This page is in development. However, it can be useful in its present state:
What you can do:
Educate yourself. (see links in right hand column)
Encourage friends and family to do so. (email them with this link: http://www.gdacoalition.org)
Attend local government meetings. (see schedule below)
Put up a lawn sign. (email us)
Put on a bumper sticker. (email us)
Wear a tee shirt. (emails us)
Wear a button. (email us)
Call talk radio (see below – WILK)
Hand out literature.
Hand out films.
Write letters to Editors. ( see below)
Call Politicians and Supervisors. (see phone numbers below)
Write letters to State Representatives. (see Lower Right hand column)
Write Letters to US Representatives. (see Lower Right hand column)
Write Letters to Obama. (see Lower Right hand column)
Write letters to candidates.
Write letters to non print news organizations.
Email your friends and family about important events or information/links.
Talk to your neighbors.
Attend important events to show solidarity. (check Bulletin Board in left hand column)
Friend GDAC on facebook.
Donate to GDAC. (see left column)
What we can do together:
Speak truth to power.
Work for legal change at all levels.
Educate the unaware through outreach.
Organize and host informational events.
Develop and maintain informational materials.
Do large and targeted mailings.
Join in alliance with others groups and individuals.  Help Wanted
Organize bus trips.  Help Wanted
Develop data bases.
Speakers Bureau.  Help Wanted
Fund raising events.
Film, photo, and writing projects.  Help Wanted
Newsletter.  Help wanted
Advocate for alternative energy.  Help Wanted
Advocate for local farms.  Help Wanted
Organize large public vigils as near the Luzerne County test wells as we can get.
Contact landowners who are resisting the landsmen. (See Breathing’s coverage of the DRBC – hearing in Matamoras, PA)
Contact landowners whose leases are due for renewal.
Write the National Park Service. Tell them to find the research we need to stop the despoiling of our Basin. Let them know they’re not alone!
Write Letters to Local Newspapers
Include name, address and phone number for verification
Call a legislator
Sen. Lisa Baker: 717 — 787 – 7428
Rep. Karen Boback: 717 — 787 – 1117
Rep. Phyllis Mundy: 717 — 783 – 1614
Rep. Todd Eachus: 717 — 787 – 2229
Rep. Eddie Day Pashinski: 717 – 783- 0686
Sen. Robert Mellow: 717 — 787 – 6481
Rep. James Wansacz: 717 — 787 – 6194
Rep. John Yudichak: 717 — 787 – 1751
Rep. Mike Carroll: 717 — 787 – 3589
County Commissioners: 825-1500 Tell them to leave Moon Lake alone. No gas drilling or water withdrawals for gas drilling. (3-5 million gallons per well needed).
Rep. Chris Carney: 585-9988. Call him to support the Frac Act (A bill in Congress that tells gas companies they should disclose the chemicals they put into their fracking solutions that stay underground and migrate to fresh water supplies.)
Local Gov Meetings and Phone Numbers:
Dallas Borough – 675-1389 – council meets 3rd Wednesday
Dallas Township – 674-2007 – supervisors meet 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30pm
Franklin township – 333-5131 – supervisors meet 1st Monday at 7:00pm
Harveys Lake Borough – 639-2113 – council meets 3rd Tuesday
Jackson Township – 675-8371 – supervisors meet 1st Monday at 6:00pm
Kingston Township – 696-3809 – supervisors meet 2nd Wednesday at 7:30pm
Lake Township – 639-2828 – supervisors meet 2nd Wednesday
Lehman Township – 675-4297 – supervisors meet 3rd Monday
Ross Township – 256-3703 – supervisors meet 1st Tuesday
Sue Henry is on M-F 9am -12pm. On Fridays she has an open topic format.
Steve Corbett is on M-F 3-7pm From 3-6pm, he lays out topics and goes in the direction of where the callers want to go. So listen and jump in if he brings up the Marcellus Shale. The final hour (6-7) is usually “free for all” where you can bring up whatever you like.
Please consider calling. Once you do it, it becomes easier:
1 800 437 0098 or
Let the phone ring, a screener will answer and ask your name, town, and what you want to talk about – and tell you to turn off your radio. You will be put on hold and able to listen to the show through your phone. When it is your turn you will hear Steve say your name and where you are from. Be prepared by having notes to refer to. >