at Raccoon Creek State Park
A legacy of mining on the land
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Monarch butterflies are one of the hallmarks of spring. But their populations have dropped by 90 percent over the past 20 years.
Scientists say you can help monarchs by planting milkweed. But if you’re not careful, you could also accidentally end up poisoning them.
A rash of oil train crashes, spills and explosions in recent years has some people concerned about crude oil and passenger trains sharing the rails.
Public health advocates are urging the state to do a better job of tracking health complaints related to natural gas development.
There are thousands of old problem mines throughout Appalachia. Sometimes, they even catch fire.
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