Earthworks 2017-12-04T17:31:20+00:00

Earthworks

Earthworks is dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the adverse impacts of irresponsible mineral and energy development while promoting sustainable solutions.

Earthworks has joined with more than 136 other groups nationwide to form the Stop the Frack Attack network, which seeks to to be a movement hub, bringing together diverse groups working on issues related to fracking.

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Grants

Stop the Frack Attack
Stop the Frack Attack, a national movement of frontline communities from 30 states, will use a process of collaboration and dialogue to develop a strategic plan for 2017-2018.
Amount $69,000
Year(s) 2016-2018
Region US
Primary Approach Collaboration and Movement Building
 
Global Frack Attack Summit
Convening of a Global Frack Attack Summit in conjunction with the COP21 meeting in Paris to facilitate peer-to-peer exchange among global fracking fighters
Amount $7,500
Year(s) 2015
Region US
Primary Approach Travel
 
Stop the Frack Attack
Support for core operations and for organizing the Stop the Frack Attack National Summit, which will include skills-based training, educational forums, and strategy sessions
Amount $45,000
Year(s) 2015
Region US
Primary Approach Collaboration and Movement Building
 
Stop the Frack Attack
Project aimed at engaging in grassroots activities that raised the voices of communities impacted by unconventional oil and gas extraction and worked to secure additional protections for air, water, and health
Amount $45,000
Year(s) 2014
Region US
Primary Approach Collaboration and Movement Building
 
Stop the Frack Attack People's Forum Roadshow
Project that brought true stories of real people living in fracking regions to targeted audiences in strategic locations
Amount $10,000
Year(s) 2013
Region US
Primary Approach Strategic Campaign
 
Stop the Frack Attack National Summit
National strategy discussion and summit aimed at allowing a diverse coalition of groups to develop a common advocacy strategy around fracking while elevating communications skills within the fractivist community and educating and informing activists about important drilling-related issues.
Amount $25,000
Year(s) 2013
Region US
Primary Approach Direct Action and Training