North Fork oil, gas leasing protested

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I have an idea. Why don’t we leave some of the oil and gas in the ground for future generations. In the meanwhile, why don’t we allow the organic farmers in the North Fork Valley to continue producing healthy food for us all to enjoy. It takes years to get certification as an organic farmer. What do you think one spill would do to that certification? Let’s leave something for future generations…



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