February 16: Four Facts and Three Concerns about YOUR West Virginia Public Lands.
Join WV Rivers Coalition on February 16 at noon for a Lunch-and-Learn conversation about the local, state, and national lands we West Virginians own or manage. Meet Mike Jones, Public Lands Campaign Coordinator, for some trivia, learn about policy issues, and how to get involved to ensure non-motorized recreation is available for ALL on our Wild and Wonderful public lands! Register for the webinar.
February 23: What is Blue Hydrogen?
As industry and political interests in using hydrogen as a fuel source increase, it is crucial to understand the risks to our public and environmental health. Learn more at WV Rivers Coalition’s Lunch-and-Learn on February 23 at noon! While there are many ways to make hydrogen fuel, one process gaining traction in our state is called “blue hydrogen,” — which uses natural gas fracking to bring together methane and water to produce hydrogen with a carbon by-product, which is then captured and stored. Before West Virginia volunteers to be the next “hydrogen hub,” we must consider the potential impacts on our communities. Register for the webinar.
March 23: Conversation on Headwaters
WV Rivers has finished its community conversations in Mon Forest Towns about recreation opportunities in the Monongahela National Forest. The message was loud and clear: ensure our tradition of pure, pristine Mon Forest headwaters now and for future generations. On March 23 at 7 pm, WV Rivers needs your input on how best to protect these headwaters and your concerns about any headwaters policy. Bring your questions and concerns. Sign up for your place in the conversation.