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West Virginia’s community of Institute is featured in two documentaries that examine environmental safety and accountability. Both films will be screened outdoors on Thursday, Oct. 5 at Institute's Shawnee Regional Park.
Researchers project that by 2050, an estimated 1.5 billion more people will live in places with insufficient supply of fruits and vegetables to meet their daily intake recommendations – unless challenges such as food waste and improved productivity are solved.
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Mountain Stage
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Mountain Stage
This week’s broadcast of Mountain Stage features a very special performance from Texas music legend Robert Earl Keen, who joined us on his final tour this past summer.
Inside Appalachia
Randy Yohe
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re learning about an unexpected immigrant to central Appalachia — the armadillo. We’ll also take a ride on the Cass Scenic Railroad and follow reporter Randy Yohe as he explores some one-of-a-kind getaways in West Virginia. And, just in time for the paw paw harvest, we revisit one of our 2020 stories about this wild food delicacy.
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