Mountain Valley Pipeline is a proposed 42 inch natural gas pipeline running 301 miles from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia. In the New River Watershed it will cross Greenbrier, Summers and Monroe Counties in WV and Giles and Montgomery Counties in VA.More
Coal ash, the toxic remains of coal burning in power plants, is full of chemicals that cause cancer, developmental disorders and reproductive problems. It poisons our water and kills fish and wildlife. Current "benificial use" laws allow for it to dumped into floodplains of our rivers.More
Danny Webb Construction is dumping frack waste water down an abondoned coal mine. This waste water mixes with the ground water that feeds Wolf Creek. There is scientific proof that it is polluting Wolf Creek.
A walking tour of projects in Boone and on ASU's campus that improve water quality.More
A riparian buffer is vegetation near a stream or river. It is essential to protect the land from various pollutants and adjacent land usesMore
Rain Gardens are small, stragetically placed gardens designed to treat rainfall and stormwater runoff. On the surface it is a beautiful garden, but it is also a treatment to stormwater and wildlife habitat!More