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Fracking chemicals show up a decade later in mussels

By Kristina Marusic Environmental Health News Fracking chemicals dumped in the Allegheny River a decade ago are still showing up in mussels: Study “This means it’s entering the food chain.”   Editor’s note: An...

Breaking News! Judge issues stay in MVP case

By Matt Combs Register-Herald Reporter HINTON — Summers and Monroe County Circuit Judge Robert Irons issued a temporary stay Tuesday to work being done in Summers County on the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Specifically, the...

Hurricane could devastate Virginia pipeline project

By Gregory S. Schneider September 11 RICHMOND — Work crews are racing to prepare for catastrophic rain from Hurricane Florence in mountainous areas where a major natural gas pipeline is under construction, as an...

New date for Celebration

Due to weather concerns the Greenbrier River Watershed Celebration has been postponed to September 29.  Please mark your calendars and join us at Lost World Caverns.  Stay tuned for more information and updates on...

MVP construction now halted in both Virginias

By Matt Combs Register-Herald Reporter Construction in Virginia on the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) was stopped late last week by its organizers. According to a press release from the Sierra Club, the move came after...

MVP Construction Photos in Monroe County

MVP Construction Photos in Monroe County

Below are photos of Mountain Valley Pipeline construction take last week from Monroe County in Lindside, Painters Run, Back Valley, Ellison’s Ridge, War Ridge, Wayside.  For more photos and information please visit Preserve Monroe

Black Fly Suppression Notice

Public Notice: The West Virginia Department of Agriculture will be conducting aerial treatments for biological suppression of black flies on the New, Bluestone, and Greenbrier Rivers, beginning Monday afternoon, June 18, and continuing Tuesday,...