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Don Schreiber on his ranch in Blanco, New Mexico. He is standing infront of one of the wells recently redrilled on BLM land that he leases.
The Schreiber’s own over 400 acres and lease hundreds more from the BLM. They do not own their mineral rights so they are have to contend with the fracking industry on their land. They successfully took on industry and the BLM, persuading them to twin existing drill sites instead of drilling hundreds of new ones.
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Industry New Mexico, The Schreiber's Devil Springs Ranch, Fracking in New Mexico- San Juan Basin and the Permian Basin, Portraits Editorial, People
Don Schreiber on his ranch in Blanco, New Mexico. He is standing infront of one of the wells recently redrilled on BLM land that he leases. <br />
The Schreiber’s own over 400 acres and lease hundreds more from the BLM. They do not own their mineral rights so they are have to contend with the fracking industry on their land. They successfully took on industry and the BLM, persuading them to twin existing drill sites instead of drilling hundreds of new ones.