The Allegheny Front for the week of

November 12, 2011

Delaware River Basin: Battleground for Drilling

The Delaware River Basin Commission has released revised guidelines for natural gas drilling in the watershed.

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Convention Center Gets Green Report Card

One of Pittsburgh's premier 'green' buildings has been tested as to its true sustainability, and the preliminary results are encouraging.

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EPA To Continue Monitoring Air Around Schools

The results of a survey looking at the air quality outside several local schools by the U.S.

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Instructions From Brown Oak Leaves

The Allegheny Front has been celebrating 20 years of providing environmental news to the region.

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Zipline Through A Forest Near You

The Allegheny Front's been covering forests this fall in reporting.

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Future of Our Forests: Pgh's Urban Forester On Ash Borer, Oak Wilt, And Other Tree Trials

Pittsburgh's urban forester Lisa Ceoffe talks with The Allegheny Front's Jennifer Szweda Jordan about why oak wilt should be th

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The Organic Gardeners: Planning A Pollinator Garden

As the season winds down, Organic Gardeners Jessica Walliser and Doug Oster say this is a great time to start planning for next year'

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Gas Execs: 'We're Dealing with an Insurgency'

It's no secret that drilling natural gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale is controversial.

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Military Veterans Find Employment, Comfort in Farming

The problems of a critical mass of aging farmers and high unemployment rates among veterans have resulted in the creation of The Farmer-V

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