Dear Majority Leader McConnell, Leader Schumer, Leader McCarthy, and Leader Pelosi: This letter is a call from your constituents and our neighbors across the region urging you to show leadership on behalf of coal miners and their communities — your […]
The Alliance has recently been talking about our upcoming trip to Washington, D.C. and with only 15 days before we depart, we are excited and fired up to speak truth to power. From September 23 thru 26th, 40 Appalachian leaders from […]
We have some important and exciting news to report back from our recent summer Steering Committee Meeting! The Alliance for Appalachia brings together our members from across the region for in-person meetings multiple times a year to strengthen our partnerships […]
In early July, two Alliance members journeyed from Appalachia to the Nisqually Territories near Olympia, WA to join the Protecting Mother Earth Conference, an event co-sponsored by the Indigenous Environmental Network and Indigenous Climate Action. The conference was hosted by […]
The Alliance Steering Meeting is June 23-24. If you would like to attend registration is open to members of member groups and groups interested in joining the Alliance. Deadline June 19th. Contact email@example.com to register.
On April 12, 2018, the WV Department of Environmental Protection held an informal conference, or public hearing, on proposed revisions to the Collins Fork Permit in Raleigh County. These revisions would allow Republic Energy, LLC to forgo reclamation efforts and […]
In the heart of Raleigh County, West Virginia, another solar system is installed at our member group, Coal River Mountain Watch! Solar Holler has helped to completely eliminate electricity Coal River Mountain Watch is buying from the utility company with […]
Making our voices heard, helping out local communities members. Thanks to everyone who came out to support the community and speak out against the Neely’s Creek Mine! The Neely’s Creek Mine (permit 900-0047) in Pulaski County was issued in 2013, […]