Citizen Imagery Database - Fracking
You are the eyes, you are the watchdogs. The New Mexico River Healers will keep an open source imagery database to track the development of fracking occurring around or near Chaco Canyon. Please contribute your photographs and use this imagery database to monitor all activity that seems concerning, suspicious, threatening, or pertains to the development of fracking sites. Submit your images below and they will be put on this page for the public to use and reference.
Feel free to use images for any non-commercial purpose, as long as photographer and the River Healers are attributed.
In image solidarity we rise!
Please include your name, place where photo was taken, GPS coordinates if available, date, time, and concern. Thank you for your submission.
Something for all watchdogs to consider is having an app on your phone that time and gps stamps your photos. Solocator is an app that has these functions, its easy to use and great for all citizens out in the field.
Water is a commons - No one holds the right to destroy