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100 Days in Appalachia

While Washington Debates, Appalachians Wait for Investments in Clean Water

This Ohio Paint Production Experiment Creates Art — and Potentially Jobs — From Polluted Mine Sites

Water In Appalachia Needs a Trillion Dollar Solution

The Allegheny Front

Towboat Deckhands, the Ohio River’s Unsung Heroes

Why Big Industry is Paying Small Farmers to Cut Pollution in the Ohio River - The Allegheny Front

The Ohio River Crosses State Lines. Does It Need a Regional Agreement that Does Too?

Belt Magazine

Mike’s Big Ditch

Still Life, Ohio Valley

Environmental Health News

There are concerning carcinogens in Western Pennsylvania water

Competing visions for a famed river in a Midwest hotspot—Part 1

Freshwater is getting neglected when it comes to plastic pollution research

Eye on Ohio, the Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism

Q & A: Why is Lake Erie’s algae bloom growing again?

Fewer Invasive Species Reach the Great Lakes, but Those Here Continue to Spread

Louisville Public Media

Ohio Valley ReSource

Toxic Legacy: “Teflon” Chemical Sticks Around In Water Supplies

Coal Ash Uncovered: New Data Reveal Widespread Contamination At Ohio Valley Sites

After Nearly Three Decades And $3 Billion, Olmsted Locks And Dam Open On Ohio


Forever Chemicals Found In Drinking Water Across Kentucky

Ohio River Regulators Adopt Voluntary Pollution Control Standards

Louisville Hazardous Waste Site Still Leaking Pollution Into Ohio River


At Dangerous Kentucky Dams, Locals Aren’t Prepared For Disaster


Raw sewage flows into Pittsburgh’s rivers. Is there an environmentally friendly fix that won’t break the bank?

Can Southwestern Pennsylvania’s dams and reservoirs withstand the effects of climate change?

PFAS threat in Southwestern Pennsylvania — Ongoing coverage by PublicSource and Environmental Health News