Newsletters

Summer 2013

-Confronting the DEP in the Halls of Power

-Protective Land Trusts

-Activism at Governor's Mansion

-Testing Stream Pollution

-Flood Relief in South Charleston

-Update on Edwight Mine

 

Summer 2012

- Energy Efficient West Virginia Highlights Potential for Efficiency in Local Schools
- Who Owns Our State?
- Health Effects of Coal Slurry
- Building Bridges: An Analysis of Critical Infrastructure
- Clean Water is More than Just Lizards
- Mining on Coal River Mountain
- Alpha Proposes Expansion of Brushy Form Slurry Dam
- Meet Our Summer Volunteers

 

Spring 2012

- Volunteers Jazz up Jass Hollow
- Coal River Mountain Status Update
- Remembering 40 years of Blackwater
- Crmw and Energy Efficient WV Update
- New Section of CRMW Website Focuses on MTR and Public Health
- Launch of Appalachian Community Health Emergency Campaign

 

- Press Conference on Brushy Fork Impoundment
- Mountaintop Removal Associated with HIgher Cancer and Birth Defect Rates
- Who's Side is the Department of Environmental Protection on?
- What's the Real Deal up on Alpha's Beetree?
- News from the Capitol
- Voices from the Frontlines
- In Inspired, Loving Memory of Judy Bonds
- The Seasonal Round: Summer Reunions

 

- In memory of Judy Bonds
- New, safe Marsh Fork Elementary to open in 2012
- "Thousand Hillbilly March": Appalachia Rising
- Sludge Safety Project bill to ban coal slurry enters WV House, Senate
- Was this land made for you and me?
- Blair Mountain heroes inspire modern action to save mountains
- The Seasonal Round: Hog-butchering time
- EPA vetoes permit for WV's largest surface mine
- Journey Up Coal River celebrates community resources
- Build It Up! WV youth strengthen local communities

 

-A new Marsh Fork Elementary School on the way!
- Breaking news on the EPA's steps to limit mountaintop removal
- A historic meeting with Governor Manchin
- Building a greenhouse -- seeds of sustainability
- Demanding Environmental Justice
- The Seasonal Round: Molly moochers! (with recipe)

 

- A Banner Year in Review...Good News, Bad News, News to Watch

 

- Action alert: fighting tooth and nail to save Coal River Mountain
- Braving the Army Corps of Engineers hearing
- Agency Round-Up
- Mapping a sustainable valley
- The Seasonal Round: Ginseng digging
 

- Coal River residents promote Appalachian green job plans to White House officials
- Local citizens prove their power -- residents halt blasting!
- Victories for clean water -- Sludge Safety members win emergency water line, moratorium on slurry injection
- News from the Capitol/Eyes on Rahall
- Fighting coal propaganda in the classroom

 

Highlights:
- Mighty winds blowing for Coal River Mountain (update on Coal River Wind)
- EPA takes first steps against mountaintop removal
- Citizen lobbyists win bill to ban slurry injections
- The power of Power Shift
- The Seasonal Round: Springtime on the mountain