• A Dolly Sods vista with the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy logo overlayed

    Thoughts From Our President

    By Marilyn Shoenfeld The year is flying by. Leaves are turning and the Fall Review is only two weeks away. We hope you plan to come, October 13-15 at Canaan […]

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  • Water Data Collection Efforts by Citizen Scientists Already Paying Dividends

    By Susan Rosenblum Stream water quality data that has been collected by a dozen dedicated citizen scientists over the past 12 months will soon be added to the Conservation Hub […]

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  • Thoughts From Our President

    By Marilyn Shoenfeld Another month has flown by, and we are heading into fall. We have all been busy. The Legislative Committee is developing a set of legislative priorities for […]

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  • Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin In some ways, the July meeting of the Board of the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy was an ordinary Board meeting. Yet while we didn’t make any momentous […]

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  • Thoughts From Our President

    By Marilyn Shoenfeld As July flows into August and the temperature rises, the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy continues its mission to protect and preserve the highlands. Our summer Board of […]

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  • What the H is Going On?

    By Olivia Miller In early June, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice and Babydog sat atop a ravaged mountaintop in front of a fleet of bulldozers, 20-foot-high piles of logged trees, […]

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  • Thoughts from our President

    By Marilyn Shoenfeld I have now spent one month as President of the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy; it has been, and still is, an education!  Luanne McGovern has been appointed […]

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  • Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin The Board of Directors of the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy met on Earth Day, 2023 (aka April 22). It was some of the same old, same old […]

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  • Plain As the Nose on Your Face

    By Hugh Rogers Recent visitors to Tucker County asked us about the Facebook page of Corridor H Authority, a quasi-official public relations group. They thought it looked pretty good. It […]

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  • Thoughts from our President

    By Larry Thomas We were very excited that the February 2023 issue of The Highlands Voice was printed in color for the very first time. In addition, Olivia, our communications […]

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