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PAGE 6 POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 13, 2017 Community Leaders Honor CLF's Lasffng Impact 50th Event co-chairs Sara Molyneaux and Travis CLF President Brad Campbell with past presidents Phil Warburg, Ben Nason, Doug Foy, Kelly McClintock, McCready. and John Kassel. The Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) celebrated more just communities, smarter policy and market its 50-year anniversary recently among friends, sup- tools, and a fighting chance to avert the worst impacts porters, and political and community leaders at the of climate change. In this work, CLF has always faced John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in Boston. With over stiff headwinds, even as stiff as those that lie ahead, 300 people in attendance, speakers including Vermont and we have always overcome daunting odds." Governor Peter Shumlin, U.S. Environmental Protec- Campbell added, 'The past week has been an unset- tion Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy, and tling time for our country, but I am more persuaded CLF President Bradley Campbell highlighted CLF's than ever that CLF is the organization that can and will record of success and vision for a cleaner, healthier translate this sobering moment into enduring progress." New England in the years to come. During the event, Vermont Governor Shumlin was "For 50 years, CLF has been a powerful force for good honored with the CLF President's Award, a distinc- throughout New England, fighting for our communities tion given to an individual that has shown exemplary with integrity and credibility that give us influence far leadership in helping to create a healthy, thriving New beyond our size," said Bradley Campbell. `The results, England for all. across our region and beyond, have been protected natural legacies, cleaner air and water, healthier and Doug McGarrah and CLF attorney Peter Shelley. Gina Foote, Renata von Tscharner, Rosalind Hunnewell, and CLF founding Gordon Burnes, CLF trustee Thaleia Schlesinger, George Bachrach, and 50th Board of Trustees chair Arnold Hunnewell. Event sponsor Don Law. CLF trustee Gordon Hall and former trustees chair Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and EPA Michael Moskow. administrator Gina McCarthy. Dale Cabot and Sarah Cabot. (Photos by Roger Farrington)