In June of 2016, Blue Crest Energy of Texas will start hydro fracking off the coast of Anchor Point, Alaska. There are enormous risks to hydro fracking in any sensitive environment but in the Cook Inlet and on the Kenai Peninsula, which is a seismic zone and which depends on a healthy fisheries environment, fracking is very risky. The risks to the tourism industry, fishing industry and home owners in general on the Peninsula are very serious. In Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas there have been documented instances of water pollution, air pollution, increased health consequences to humans and animals and increased earthquake activity in areas that were not seismic prior to fracking. For these reasons we are asking that the State of Alaska put a moratorium of three years on hydro fracking on the Kenai Peninsula and in the Cook Inlet. We are asking for a public debate and publicly vetted research on the potential consequences of fracking in the Cook Inlet and on the Kenai Peninsula.