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A small community in north central Pennsylvania is uprooted to make way for the fracking industry, Photographs by Stanley Rogouski, Wendy Lee, and Paul Weaver.
Photo by Stanley Rogouski
Stanley Rogouski | Part time editorial writer. Part time fiction writer. Part time freelance photographer.