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Appalachia Science in the Public Interest
Programs, publications, and demonstrations intended to promote sustainable development in low-income regions of central Appalachia.
Environmental research facility of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science in the mountains of western Maryland. Conducts research in ecology and conservation biology in Maryland and other locations.
Nonprofit organization concerned with fragile and threatened native ecosystems of the region, from Alabama to Maine. Information about chipmills, strip mining, mountaintop removal, air pollution, commercial logging on public lands, and other issues.
Center for Coalfield Justice
Organized to inform and educate the public about the effects of mining on the environment and on communities in the coalfields. Operates in southwestern Pennsylvania, southeastern Ohio and northern West Virginia.
Eastern Coal Region Roundtable Watershed Forum
Part of a national effort, spearheaded by EPA, and other federal agencies, to bring together diverse partners to address watershed restoration issues.
Forests of the Central Appalachians Project
Profiles some ecological research on the Central Appalachian forests of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, which are stated to be some of the most biologically diverse and threatened ecosystems anywhere.
National Committee for the New River
Nonprofit organization working to protect and enhance the natural and cultural resources of the New River and its watershed in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Includes information about current issues and activities.
The Rape of Appalachia
Vanity Fair article examines mountaintop removal mining and its impact on the citizens of Appalachia. Includes photographs. By Michael Shnayerson.
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