Three projects show how mountain biking is helping shape development and protect private lands from pavement in Appalachia.
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The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is asking citizen scientists to report sightings of firefly and woodland box turtles to aid research efforts.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources started a five-year restoration of the game species in March.
Bankrupt coal company Murray Energy has filed several notices warning of impending mass layoffs.
With the failure of coal operator ERP’s unconventional scheme, West Virginia must contend with the company’s environmental violations and mines in need of cleanup.
A hempcrete house high in the mountains of West Virginia demonstrates that industrial hemp is a viable alternative for homebuilders.
Residents of Paden City, W.Va., have dealt with chemical water pollution since at least March 2019.
CONTACTS: Thom Kay, Senior Legislative Representative, email@example.com, 828-262-1500 At a confirmation hearing today for the nominee to head the Office of Surface Mining and Reclamation Enforcement, Sen. Joe Manchin asked nominee Lanny Erdos to commit to revive a National Academies…
Localities across Appalachia and the nation have pledged to fully convert to green power — but restrictive policies and monopoly utilities are holding them back.
Numerous Appalachian homes and businesses took part in the 2019 National Solar Tour in October, sharing their experiences and opening their doors to the public to view their solar installations.