It’s clear the monument does more than protect the jewel of West Virginia’s mountain heritage. Rather than cleaning up water systems one disaster at a time, we could keep important headwaters from becoming degraded in the first place.
J.L. Campbell and John Manchester: Birthplace of Rivers opportunity too special to miss The Charleston Gazette – November 2, 2013 CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Wild and Wonderful. That slogan has described […]
WV sportsmen support Birthplace of Rivers National Monument The Mountain Messenger – September 27, 2013 This week, the West Virginia Council of Trout Unlimited and the Sportsmen Alliance for Marcellus […]
Monument: Birthplace of Rivers The Charleston Gazette – September 14. 2013 CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Some West Virginia outdoors-lovers support a plan to bring extra distinction to the Mountain State. They […]
‘Birthplace of Rivers’ merits national monument status The Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram – August 7, 2013 “Wild, Wonderful West Virginia” is rapidly becoming the outdoors playground of the eastern United States. We […]
The Birthplace of Rivers National Monument initiative will host a public workshop on April 22 at 6 p.m. at the McLintic Library in Marlinton. This is the first in a […]
While West Virginians of all backgrounds wish to see the landscape of the Southern Monongahela preserved into perpetuity, the Mountain state has never had a national monument on its spectacular […]