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A Family That Camps Together

In 2008, The Allegheny Front traveled across the region talking with people about what inspires their love of nature and Pennsylvania.

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The Buzz on Beekeeping -- Our Environmental Oral History Project Continues

The bestselling book, now a new movie, The Secret Life of Bees, was the source of inspiration for one Beaver County woman to delve into t

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Former Mayor Protects Local Watersheds: Our oral history project continues

Former Mayor of Pittsburgh, Tom Murphy, has been spending a lot of time along the Connoquenessing Creek lately.

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A Bird Watcher's View of the World -- Our Oral History Project Continues

The Allegheny Front is traveling across the region this year talking with people about what inspires their love of nature.

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The Nature Observer: Our Oral History Project Continues

The Allegheny Front is traveling across the region this year talking with people about what inspires their love of nature.

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A Fisherman's Tale -- Our Environmental Oral History Project Continues

Arnold Perry has fished Pittsburgh's rivers all his life.

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More Than Just a Summer Job -- The Environmental Oral History Project Continues

A summer job puts money in a teenager's pocket, but sometimes it does much more.

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Holy Ground -- Environmental Oral History Project Continues

Recently The Allegheny Front aired a story about a religious sister of St. Joseph bringing new life to a farm.

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Mining Memories -- The Environmental Oral History Project Continues

The Allegheny Front is traveling across the region this year talking with people about what inspires their love of nature.

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From Girl Scout to Environmental Leader: The Pittsburgh Environmental Oral History Project Continues

The Allegheny Front is traveling across the region this year talking with people about what inspires their love of nature and Pennsylvani

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