The Allegheny Front, environmental news for Pennsylvania

The Allegheny Front, environmental news for Pennsylvania

Residents of a tiny coal town in West Virginia went without clean water for a decade until a California nonprofit stepped in. We revisit the story of a volunteer who tried to restore a stream until Sunoco began building the Mariner East pipeline. A new study finds urban woodlands are filled with invasive plants. Plus, how to spot poison hemlock, and news about a fracking incident.

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