This week on The Allegheny Front, a food chain that begins with the the booze in your glass, and ends with farm fresh salmon on your plate. And college students take on food waste--and their peers--in the dining hall. Plus, a new podcast takes a personal approach to air pollution.
This week on The Allegheny Front, as one local mine closes, coal miners struggle to maintain a way of life, and their livelihoods. And, how understanding the DNA of one little bird could help protect vulnerable species from a changing climate. Plus, fighting fake news with science literacy. (Photo: Kenneth Cole Schneider / flickr)
This week on The Allegheny Front, the Trump administration comes to Pennsylvania to talk about cleaning up abandoned mines. And, why some strike it rich in the natural gas patch and others strike out. Also, the state needs your help to track a new invasive species that is threatening PA's grape, hops and logging industries. (Photo: Reid Frazier)