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Appalachian Voices

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Appalachian Voices is a grassroots citizen group that works to solve the environmental problems that most impact the central and southern Appalachian Mountains. The group promotes eliminating air pollution caused by coal-fired power plants, ending mountaintop removal, and restoring the region's forests.[1]

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Group details

Location:Boone, NC
Group website: Appalachian Voices
Contact: outreach [at] appvoices.org

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References

  1. About Appalachian Voices, Appalachian Voices website, accessed February 2008.

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