Nashwaak residents see a future in farming, not fracking [video]

Written by Shanthi Bell on January 9, 2019

Listen to Nashwaak residents Jim Emberger and Amy Floyd talk about the need to create clean rural economies in New Brunswick. Emberger is the spokesperson for the New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance and Floyd is a volunteer with the Hayes Urban Teaching Farm. Read an article about Taymouth residents living the good life in rural New Brunswick here.

This video was made possible with support from RAVEN – Rural Action & Voices for the Environment.

Shanthi Bell is working with RAVEN to produce videos and is a UNB Arts 3000 Intern with the NB Media Co-op. She studies psychology and media arts and cultures at the University of New Brunswick.


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