Finger Lakes NY Team wins "Signs of Sustainability Award!"

Mothers Out Front Finger Lakes Community Team leaders, Katie Quinn-Jacobs, Lizzy Evett, and Nancy Norton, with Community Organizer Lisa Marshall (3rd from left) win the Signs of Sustainability Award from Sustainable Tompkins for their extraordinary work building power to hold Dominion Transmission Inc (DTI) accountable for the Borger Compressor station expansion in Dryden, NY. The Borger compressor station expansion is part of a larger transmission project to move gas from Pennsylvania through NY and onto the open market. Our hat is off to these mothers' work to stop new fossil fuel infrastructure - to protect their community from this gas compressor, support communities fighting fracking in PA, AND our children's future in the face of climate change.

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