Voters in the Appalachian Shale Region Demonstrate Consensus on the Value of Forests and the Need to Reduce Future Impacts from Energy Development
December 02, 2013
Respondents support establishing strong safeguards as a condition on further natural gas development Learn More
ELKINS, WEST VIRGINIA
May 30, 2013
The Nature Conservancy plants 34,000 native red spruce trees to help bring back West Virginia’s mountaintop forests Learn More
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
September 25, 2012
A Hampshire County preserve owned by The Nature Conservancy has been added to the National Park Service’s list of National Nature Landmarks.
Ice Mountain joins 14 other sites in West Virginia that have nationally significant biological and geological resources. The mountain is a long ridge that runs from south to north between Capon Bridge and Slanesville in Hampshire County.
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