Several feet below some of Rob Fulper's fields are two pipelines. They were laid during World War II to move crude oil from the Gulf Coast up to the Northeast, decades before these tracts were preserved.
Today, these pipelines move natural gas.
In the summer, when the weather is hot and dry, Fulper said he can see the results of the extra heat the pipelines throw off.
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