QUARRIER, W.Va.- Four protestors locked down to a coal truck entering a mine site in the vicinity of Quarrier and Decota at 7 a.m. this morning. Four other protestors joined them on the Kanawha County site, hanging two banners; one across the haul road and another on the back of the truck. The first banner read “Stop,” the second “Stop Mountaintop Removal.”
By documentary filmmaker David Novack. Check out Novack's latest film Burning the Furture: Coal in America.
Several years ago, I interviewed a scientist, John, who was conducting a study of Mountain Elk in Kentucky. The Elk had recently been reintroduced to the wild, and he was tracking their success.