In part one of a series, the October/November issue of The Appalachian Voice examines the problems with monopoly utilities and explores how public interest groups are trying to counter the political influence of electric utilities. We also look at how member-owners of one electric cooperative are pushing for change, and hear from a retired couple about their experience going solar.
This issue also highlights an exciting bird survey underway in Virginia, the fascinating features of vultures and West Virginia’s beautiful Bluestone Turnpike Trail. We also remember and celebrate two regional conservation heroes.
| August 13, 2018
| August 17, 2018
| August 12, 2018