Hollin Kretzmann

Center for Biological Diversity

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Hollin Kretzmann on KCRW

In Kern County, the oil business is even bigger than agriculture, and using water for fracking is a familiar practice there.

Fracking Industry and Illegal Dumping of Wastewater

In Kern County, the oil business is even bigger than agriculture, and using water for fracking is a familiar practice there.

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