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About a quarter of California's electricity comes from renewable sources, like this wind farm outside San Diego.
Lauren Sommer
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KQED
Appalachian Power told its Virginia customers last month that the solution to reducing their monthly bills is to increase renewable power and move away from coal and natural gas.
Mountain Stage
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Amos Perrine
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Mountain Stage
Our new fall season of Mountain Stage continues this week with live performances from mini-roots orchestra Dustbowl Revival, plus Canadian folk duo Fortunate Ones, storyteller and songsmith Cary Morin, blues singer and guitarist Seth Walker, and Ireland’s Susan O’Neill. Join us this week on our NPR Music affiliates to hear the entire show.
Inside Appalachia
Glamping
Randy Yohe
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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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