Lock The Gate Alliance is a national coalition of people from across Australia, including farmers, traditional custodians, conservationists and urban residents, who are uniting to protect our common heritage - our land, water and communities - from unsafe or inappropriate mining for coal seam gas and other fossil fuels. Read more about the missions and principles of Lock the Gate.

Our best food-producing lands and our finest natural areas are at risk from unsafe coal mining, coal seam gas and other forms of unconventional gas extraction. 54% of Australia is covered by coal and gas licences or applications. Nowhere is sacred and nothing is safe. Learn more..

Coal mines and gasfields are harming peoples health, destroying their quality of life and dividing communities. Learn more..
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Farmland not Gasland

Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 12:00 PM · $5.00 AUD
The Joinery in Adelaide, Australia

Please come along to the special screening of Farmland not Gaslands on Thursday April 30 at 6.30pm at The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

This 30 minute film is about communities facing unconventional gas mining and their community battle to protect their farmland, water source and natural environment.

With special guest speakers: Cam Walker, Friends of the Earth Australia, Professor Irene Watson, School of Law, University SA and Anne Daw, Limestone Coast Protection Alliance the light will be shone on the proposal here in SA to frack for shale gas, tight gas and coal seam gas.

WHAT: Film screening and speakers

WHEN: Thursday April 30, 3015

TIME: 6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE: The Joinery, 111 Franklin Street, Adelaide

Entry by gold coin donation.

Check out the facebook event here and feel free to print and share the poster attached.

Please spread the word, invite widely though your networks and come along to learn about fracking and the active campaigns that surround one of the biggest environmental issues in Australia.

Kind Regards,

Anne Daw, Limestone Coast Protection Alliance

Robyn Wood, Friends of the Earth Adelaide

Cat Beaton, Conservation Council SA

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