The state’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is taking new applications for clean up projects through the Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation. -Read More-
Three hazardous mines in the Bighorn Mountains that were abandoned a half-century ago were successfully reclaimed last year through the work of government agencies and private contractors. – Read more –
SMITHFIELD — Construction is continuing on an Ohio Department of Natural Resources project that will address abandoned mine land hazards and create recreation space in Jefferson County. – Read More
Canadian equipment company K-Tec Earthmovers recently shared a mini-documentary video and article titled “Cleaning up the Cold War.” – Read More –
In Craig Amichaux’s childhood memories, there’s a mystical land not far from his Glenwood Springs home, close but deep in the mountains. -Read More-
Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation project interactive maps.
Railroad Commission restores Somerset abandoned mine.
SOUTH FORK – Federal and state officials joined local leaders Monday in South Fork to celebrate the removal of more than 200,000 cubic yards of coal waste from a hillside overlooking the borough – and the opening of a new 1.6-mile-long segment of the Path of the Flood Trail through the refuse pile’s former location. […]
A project at Ruffner Mountain has won the nation’s highest achievement in the field of abandoned mine land (AML) reclamation, thanks to efforts to protect residents along trails and bats living in abandoned mines. -Read More-
Antis Township has received an approximately $1 million grant from the state to help it develop a proposed trail from Bellwood to Juniata. – Read More –