Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting a great group on incoming West Virginia University freshmen. These students were part of the WVU Adventure Orientation Program. Our mission together was to clean up some of the popular natural areas around Ohiopyle State Park. I feel...Read More
Approximately 5.5 million Americans live within a mile of an abandoned mine site in eight Appalachian states. Nationally, 8.5 million live within a mile of an AML site. Abandoned mine lands continue to impact our rivers and streams and pose a serious risk to public health and...Read More
Summer has just begun and Pennsylvanians from across the state are heading outside to enjoy our state forests and our award-winning state parks. Unfortunately, our legislature is currently considering allowing private development on these important public lands. To learn more...Read More
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Let us help you decide where you can safely swim in the Yough watershed this summer! Click here to learn more about our Swimmable Waters program. See you on the river!