• Is our Water Safe to Drink? Find out at the Fall Review

    By Jackie Burns Why talk about water again? Well, things are happening all the time and some of those things impact our water systems and waterways. Our bodies are still […]

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  • Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin The dicey weather in January and the appeal of meeting without having to leave our houses drew us to a Zoom meeting for the January Board meeting […]

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

    Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin For the first time in a long time we crawled out of our little Zoom boxes and had a meeting in person. The meeting featured some new […]

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

    Partners Make Progress

    By Sarah Hinnant This October, the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy welcomed Friends of the Cheat (FOC) board member Sarah Hinnant as a delegate to the WVHC board. Hinnant has served […]

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  • Thoughts from our president

    It’s October and Mother Nature is very busy with the annual coloring of the leaves. Driving through the mountains, it is very evident witnessing the annual transformation from green to […]

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  • Board Highlights

    By John McFerrin Treasurer Bob Marshall presented the financial information for the first half of 2022.  Our revenue for memberships is down a little bit but that might be a result […]

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  • An Unsettled Settlement and One Solution

    By Hugh Rogers            The West Virginia Division of Highways has taken note of local opposition to its Revised Original Preferred Alternative (ROPA) for Corridor H. Recently, it has circulated documents […]

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  • Who you gonna believe—me, or your lyin’ eyes?

    By Hugh Rogers             In the last week of April, the Thomas City Council met to hear from the state Division of Highways (DOH) on their plans for Corridor H. The […]

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  • Thoughts from our president

    Sunday, March 20 was the first day of spring, but Old Man Winter wasn’t quite ready to leave the highlands. Since then, we have had snow, heavy winds and freezing […]

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  • Thoughts from our President: Off-Road Vehicles Pose a Threat to West Virginia Public Lands

    West Virginia Highlands Conservancy has a long history of opposing Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) use on our West Virginia federal and state public lands. As reported previously, the Conservancy Legislative Committee, along […]

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