The Allegheny Front for the week of

August 5, 2009

Bringing Back a Rare Butterfly

Fort Indiantown Gap near Harrisburg is the training ground for the Pennsylvania National Guard where soldiers practice with machine guns,

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New Information From Old Mine Maps

A new partnership will make maps of abandoned mines more accessible to the public.

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State Decides on Bottling and Dredging

Rare mussels and spring water have stirred controversy in recent weeks.

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of August 5, 2009

Listen to the entire program: Bringing Back a Rare Butterfly; Go Native: Turning a Yard into a Wildlife Haven; The Health of the Endange

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City Council Says Greener Buildings for Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh's City Council voted to make city buildings more environmentally friendly.

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The Health of the Endangered Species Act

The President and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, Larry Schweiger, joins Host Matthew Craig for a conversation about the Endange

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Study Finds Coyotes Killing Outdoor Cats

A new study from the University of Arizona finds that coyotes and cats don't mix.

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Go Native: Turning a Yard into a Wildlife Haven

More than just the regal frittilary depend on native grasses and wildflowers to survive.

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