Food Professionals Protecting
Our Farms, Food & Water
From Fracking
Monthly archive June, 2012

Cesare Casella Signs On to Our Campaign

Chef Cesare Casella, owner and executive chef of Salumeria Rosi on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is never without his signature sprig of rosemary. It signals his love of all things that live and grow, and his commitment to the earth and its fruits. We love what he has to say about upstate and its vulnerability...

Our Campaign in The New York Times

Glenn Collins of The New York Times interviewed Bill Telepan about our campaign for  the Diner’s Journal.  READ IT HERE

Come Party With Us!

Chefs for the Marcellus is having a party and you’re invited!  Where?  The Brooklyn Winery, 213 North 8th Street,  Williamsburg Brooklyn. When? Thursday, July 26. What? We will be serving wines and beer from the Marcellus region of upstate New York, which is currently threatened by fracking. Libations will be paired with dishes created by...

Cuomo Moves Closer to Permitting Fracking in Upstate NY

According to an article in today’s New York Times Governor Cuomo is poised to open up portions of the Southern Tier of New York State to fracking. Trouble is, those counties — primarily Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Steuben and Tioga — are also home to numerous farms and small cities and towns. This decision, to sacrifice...