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Our #AMLProjectoftheWeek is in Buchanan County. A #DMME #AbandonedMineLand grant of $37,592 closed mine openings that were left by historic coal mining. While bats can still call these old portals home, they're no longer a danger to people. #ourworksnotdone @OSMRE https://t.co/oOd2tx3JRa
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Our #AMLProjectoftheWeek is in Wise County. Historic mining caused a landslide on this property in Pound. A #DMME #AbandonedMineLand grant $141,139 removed the material, stabilized the hillside and reconstructed the road. #ourworksnotdone @OSMRE https://t.co/S2e784kaob
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Our Work's Not Done

The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement recently announced the recipients of the 2021 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Awards. Congrats to the winners for completing such amazing work for the environment!
https://www.osmre.gov/resources/newsroom/News/2021/FY21_AML_ReclamationAwards_8.13.2021.pdf

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The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement recently announced the recipients of the 2021 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Awards. Congrats to the winners for completing such amazing work for the environment! https://t.co/BO2l0JoChT https://t.co/vfE5RMzyHj
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Our #AMLProjectoftheWeek is in Dickenson County. This mine opening left from an historic coal mine needed to be closed so no one could go in. A #DMME #AbanonedMineLand grant of $19,500, blocked the portal but left a small gate for bats. @OSMRE #ourworksnotdone https://t.co/zsBQnWlbnU
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Our #AMLProjectoftheWeek is the Horse Branch project in Grundy. Runoff from historic mining eroded a wooded area near homes. An #AbandonedMineLand grant of $143,766 resulted in a concrete ditch and vegetation to prevent future issues. #ourworksnotdone @OSMRE https://t.co/dGVc89SI4t
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Scientists are working to increase sagebrush growth & make it thrive. @sciencefriday talks about that need: https://t.co/ePozHQg2fY The @Wyoming_DEQ AML division works with @nature_org in Wyoming to the same end. Read more at https://t.co/wefRbMKmxE and https://t.co/jjT1BwUZC0 https://t.co/820aNBo2Td
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Our Work's Not Done

Scientists in various states are working to increase the ability to grow sagebrush and make sure the shrubs thrive. The sagebrush steppe is the natural habitat of a variety of insects and animals. This article from Science Friday talks about the need to grow more...