Farmers new to agriculture will get a chance to learn the tools of the trade at the Appalachian Resource Conservation and Development Council Field School, which is now taking applications for its 2018-19 workshops.
On Oct. 3, the local CCL chapter and East Tennessee State University Department of Sustainability will host a screening of “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” at 6 p.m. in ETSU’s Brown Hall auditorium. Doors open for refreshments at 5:30, and the film will be followed by a moderated panel and discussion.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency released a series of announcements on Wednesday.
Researchers with Duke University, Appalachian Voices and SkyTruth have collaborated over the past two years to develop an analytic tool marking the environmental footprint of surface coal mining and mountaintop mining in Central Appalachia.
Round three of the Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine’s adventure town online contest lasts until August 30 at noon, and the final round will begin at 5 p.m. that day.
The East Coast is experiencing skyrocketing mosquito activity this summer; in fact, they’re two to three times more active, according to AccuWeather.
Friday night’s severe weather caused about $150,000 worth of damage to Love Chapel Christian Church in Erwin, according to Senior Minister Robert Bess.
Three years ago this month, Tennessee Valley Authority officials began repairing the seepage issue on Boone Dam’s earthen embankment.
Tires, televisions, tables and dangerous chemicals. That’s just a few of the things Lenny Peterson finds at the bottom of Boone Lake when he and his family volunteer to clean the lake every April.
Doing small things can sometimes make a big difference.
The giant hogweed plant, Heracleum mantegazzianum, is a large, invasive plant that can cause severe burns and vision loss.
On Monday, TVA researchers had some extra help as they assessed the fish and insects living in Doe River at Covered Bridge Park in Elizabethton.
The Boone Dam project is moving along according to schedule, Tennessee Valley Authority officials announced Tuesday.
Since founding the Citizens’ Climate Lobby of Northeast Tennessee in 2014, Frances Lamberts has worked to educate and inform the public about the dangers of climate change and the different angles from which to confront and change our energy habits in both the public and private sectors.
The death of the world’s last male northern white rhino, Sudan, doesn’t end efforts to save a subspecies of one of the world’s most recognizable animals.