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West Virginia ordered a subsidiary of Alpha Natural Resources to “show cause” for why it should be allowed to continue operating Middle Ridge Mine after incurring seven violations since July 2016.
A look back at six decades of scientific discoveries at the Green Bank Observatory.
Bob’s Pocket, a 2,900-acre expanse of forest in McDowell County, N.C., has become a state natural area along with two other natural areas in Eastern North Carolina.
The Appalachian Voices team came together from across the region in August to discuss how to best protect and uplift the region in 2018 and beyond.
The Kentucky bald eagle population has doubled in the last seven years thanks to reintroduction programs, an increase in suitable habitats and the ban of the pesticide DDT.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced in September that it would postpone portions of a 2015 rule that established limits on wastewater pollution from coal-fired power plants.
As we say goodbye to our former associate editor Elizabeth (Lee) Payne, we welcome our new associate editor Kevin Ridder and our newest AmeriCorps Project Conserve member, Becca Bauer.
On Nov. 30, you can meet the Appalachian Voices team at any of our four offices to learn more about what we’re doing and discuss ways to advance a clean, just future in the region.