Friday, December 8, 2023
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Alan Guebert ponders what gives the better environmental and financial return — billions spent on a CO2 pipeline or investing in solar and wind generators?

This winter remember to use the right S.A.L.T. We can reduce the negative impacts of sodium chloride with increased awareness and proper application.

Alan Guebert encourages those in the ag industry to stop telling the market what we will produce and start listening to what it needs us to produce.

Ohio EPA is unveiling a new grant to provide education and outreach for businesses that handle scrap tires.

The McKinley Presidential Library and Museum is hosting its annual creek clean-up Sept. 16. It will be held along the West Branch of the Nimishillen Creek.

Shapiro Administration awards $2.9 million to schools, businesses and local governments working to switch to zero- or low-emission vehicles.

Up to $350 million in grant funding has been made available to help monitor and reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas sector.

Liz Partsch has always been drawn to nature, from her childhood in southwestern Pennsylvania to her time spent attending college in Athens, Ohio.

The Dirt on Conservation columnist Kelly Riley provides conservation ideas for those that want to do small things in a great way.

The Pennsylvania DEP allocated $5 million from the Shell cracker plant payment to be used for environmental and health projects in Beaver County.