“We still don’t know where it’s coming from.” — Patrick Courreges, DNR spokesman
F#*ck This post archive
Part 8 of our “Frack This” series, examining the gas and water emergency in DeSoto Parish
Is Louisiana’s Office of Conservation really in charge of conservation? Part 7 of our “F#*ck This” series.
Part Six of our ongoing series, “F#*ck This.”
In rural northwest Louisiana, where fracking is now king, a state agency declared an environmental emergency. Months later, some affected residents and property owners still haven’t been told.
Sue Lincoln reports on her meeting with officials in Louisiana’s Department of Natural Resources in Part Five of the series “F#*ck This.”
Part 4 of our “F**ck This” series.
Part 3 of our continuing “F**CK THIS” series.
Part two of our series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.
This is the first in a multi-part Bayou Brief series examining the oil and gas fracking industry, and Louisiana’s troubled marriage with it.