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Offshore Wind Fuels 100-Mile Run Across Long Island To Montauk Point

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On June 17

On June 17

 Matt Kearns will run 100 miles from Montauk Point to Long Beach to raise awareness for off-shore wind as a source of energy. Erica Thompson

Matt Kearns will run 100 miles from Montauk Point to Long Beach to raise awareness for off-shore wind as a source of energy. Erica Thompson

On June 17

On June 17

authorErica Thompson on May 20, 2014
Matt Kearns, of North Babylon, is on a mission to bring renewable energy to Long Island step by step—literally.Mr. Kearns, 37, a longtime Sierra Club volunteer, will run 108 miles... more

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