Fracking is once again threatening Ohio’s public lands. This time, the crosshairs are pointed at the Wayne National Forest.
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Without detailed plans to reduce phosphorus, set limits on how much is allowed into the lake, and new protections that effectively limit agricultural pollution, we can expect to see more toxic algae each year.
As a business reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, John Funk’s excellent, objective energy coverage has helped to shed light on these critically important issues. His reporting sparks important, big conversation in Ohio and beyond.
We are thrilled to present Dr. Jeffrey M. Reutter with the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award!
When you go to work everyday to fight for progress for the environment and public health, you expect the climb to be steep and to face some setbacks, but the struggle makes the victories all the sweeter!
Giving up on Ohio means giving up on our clean energy economy, and the hard working families who would be delighted to put food on their table by working a job that isn’t poisoning the school their kids attend.
In the last few weeks, we’ve learned of 650 miles – process that for a minute – of toxic algae is poisoning the Ohio River.
As a nurse and a grandmother, Ingrid Kelley has concerns about fracking in Ohio.
The chemicals found in sport fish and game are often persistent and bio accumulative. Although you may not see effects after eating it once, the chemicals will build up in your body and could show their negative side effects over time
The dedication to my guide book, Hiking Ohio, reads “To all the Ohio conservationists, past and present, who have had the foresight to protect our wild places. Without them this book would not be possible.” With that in mind, here are four hikes around the Buckeye State that are an excellent way to enjoy the changing colors of the fall landscape.