Phillip Gilbert, left, Kathy Tallichet, Adam Burke, Susana Lein and Ron Owens, shown at Gilbert's farm along Clear Creek in northern Rockcastle County, are helping organize opposition to efforts by oil and gas companies to get landowners in the valley to sign leases.
Phillip Gilbert, left, Kathy Tallichet, Adam Burke, Susana Lein and Ron Owens, shown at Gilbert's farm along Clear Creek in northern Rockcastle County, are helping organize opposition to efforts by oil and gas companies to get landowners in the valley to sign leases. Herald-Leader
Phillip Gilbert, left, Kathy Tallichet, Adam Burke, Susana Lein and Ron Owens, shown at Gilbert's farm along Clear Creek in northern Rockcastle County, are helping organize opposition to efforts by oil and gas companies to get landowners in the valley to sign leases. Herald-Leader

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