The Story
10:54 am
Tue March 5, 2013

After Seeing Fish Kills, Western Pa. Residents Track Chemicals From Coal And Fracking Sites

Ken Duffala says acidic mine drainage flows from the Clyde Mine into nearby rivers.
Ken Duffala says acidic mine drainage flows from the Clyde Mine into nearby rivers.
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Ken Dufalla keeps an eye on the rivers and streams in Green County, Pa. He and other trained citizens watch for fish kills and chemicals in the water from coal and fracking sites, and they have identified contamination. He works with the Izaak Walton League.

Hear the full audio from this interview at The Story's website. Also in this program: author Carter Sickels reads from “The Evening Hour,” and Jim Hays commissioned a novel about the succession of Texas to make a point about the federal government.

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