KRFP Radio Free Moscow recently posted the second part of the Idaho Fracking Forum recorded on February 11 at the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center in Moscow. Sponsored by the Palouse Environmental Sustainability Coalition, Palouse Group Sierra Club, and Wild Idaho Rising Tide, the public discussion addressed the policy and science of newly emerging natural gas industry practices in Idaho. Panel speakers included southern Idaho anti-fracking activists Liz Amason and Amanda Buchanan, University of Idaho hydrogeologist Jerry Fairley, Kai Huschke of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, and Idaho Representative Tom Trail of Moscow. State Senator Dan Schmidt of Moscow and several visiting and resident audience members also contributed to the conversation. Please see Idaho Fracking Forum for more information about the forum and listen to Idaho Fracking Forum Part 2.