In this episode, the quiet dismantling of Obama’s environmental legacy. Plus, local farmers take the stage at Farm Aid 2017. And pleased don’t buy Japanese Barberry. The forests will thank you.
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Stories in this episode
- The Quiet Dismantling of Obama’s Environmental Legacy - While the world has been focused, justifiably, on other things, the Trump administration has been reshaping environmental policy. But how far has it gone?
- Local Farmers Take the Stage at Farm Aid 2017 - Farm Aid isn't just about the music. Local farmers -- and the issues they struggle with -- shared the spotlight.
- Conflicting Decisions on Pipelines Frustrate Industry and Landowners - A pipeline company condemned her land using the power of eminent domain, crippling her family’s maple syrup business.
- Please Don’t Buy Japanese Barberry. Forests Will Thank You. - Banned in some states, this popular ornamental shrub is causing big problems in Pennsylvania's forests.
- Consol Halts Mining While Waiting for New Stream Plan Response - A month after a panel of judges said Consol Energy’s mining plan would “essentially destroy” a Western Pennsylvania stream, the company has sent in a new plan.