• A Better Route for Corridor H

    By Hugh Rogers             Our story so far, Parsons to Davis chapter: The West Virginia Division of Highways (DOH) has been sued before over its Original Preferred Alignment (OPA). A settlement […]

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  • Corridor H: Whose Highway?

    By Hugh Rogers          An elected official in Tucker County asked me where I was from. “Randolph County,” I said. “Kerens.” “Off the mountain,” she said. I nodded. Then she told […]

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  • Corridor H’s Construction Company Facing Fines

    By John McFerrin             From the project’s beginning the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy has opposed Corridor H.  Even when it was only an idea–with nothing on the ground—we thought it was a […]

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  • A Better Direction for Corridor H

    By Hugh Rogers             Word came in early August that the West Virginia Division of Highways (DOH) was “re-starting” the disputed Parsons-to-Davis section of Corridor H. Questions would be answered at […]

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  • Corridor H: Cease and Desist!

    By Hugh Rogers The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has issued a cease-and-desist order to Kokosing Company, which is building a 7.5-mile section of Corridor H in Tucker County. […]

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  • Corridor H: Must a Bad Project Be Badly Done?

    By Hugh Rogers One day last September, I drove over to the Cherry Fork end of South Haddix Trail in northern Randolph County. Our friend Barbara Weaner, who lives at […]

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  • Putting the Brakes on Corridor H: A Brief History

    By Hugh Rogers In early July, I got a call from a free-lance writer in Michigan. She was doing a piece on Corridor H for a magazine called Construction. Part […]

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  • Corridor H Highway

    Corridor H Highway: The Billion Dollar Boondoggle Saving pristine areas from highway construction was one of the Highlands Conservancy’s organizing principles. As the major four-lane highway project known as Corridor […]

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  • January 2024 Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin The January 2024 Board meeting featured a new Board member, an expanded role for our Membership and Operations secretary, and reports on what our various committees are […]

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  • Thoughts From Our President 

    The month of January brought one of the most incredible snowstorms in recent memory to the West Virginia highlands. So far, Canaan Valley has seen 103.5 inches of snowfall. I […]

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