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If not well planned, wind energy development could affect the quality of forests and freshwater resources in the Central Appalachians. What will this mean for people and nature?
The Central Appalachians boast one of the most biologically rich temperate broadleaf deciduous forests in the world. In fact, it’s second only to that of China’s. See How This Connection is Driving Our Work
The Conservancy is protecting nature in the face of energy development in West Virginia. Learn how
Conserving cave and karst habitats protects ground water resources and species diversity. Go underground
How will energy development affect Pennsylvania's natural areas? Learn More
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Discover how fire gives nature a boost at Warm Springs Mountain in Virginia. Dive in!