Little Public Input in Decision to Route Pipeline Through WV State Forest By Rick Steelhammer, Charleston Gazette-Mail June 30, 2018 Following a series of public meetings and input from a host of state and federal regulators, environmental groups and forest users, developers of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline opted in February 2016 to re-route 12 miles […]
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Fund that Helps Protect Iconic WV Sites is in Question By Dan Heyman, WV Public News Service June 29, 2018 CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Congress has three months to renew what’s described as a vital – but largely invisible – program for conserving special places in West Virginia and across the country. The Land and […]
Vital Federal Fund Could be Lost Without Renewal By Chris Lawrence, WV MetroNews July 02, 2018 at 12:10AM CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A water advocacy group in West Virginia is pushing the state’s Congressional Delegation to back renewal of a little known conservation and recreation fund which has had a big impact on West Virginia over […]