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Giant Plant May Help Recovery Of Mine Lands

A WVU researcher is studying a plant that can help restore surface mine lands by creating missing topsoil and capturing carbon out of the air and storing it underground. The above ground plants can also be used as biomass which can be turned into biofuels or even particle board. 

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WVU Fields Questions About Program Review, Budget Cuts

West Virginia University’s ongoing review of more than two dozen programs has left many in the school’s community with questions that officials have tried to answer. 

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College Equine Enthusiasts Gather In Morgantown For National Horse Convention

The American Collegiate Horsemen’s Association national convention in Morgantown runs Wednesday, April 12 through Saturday, April 15 and is hosted by ...

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A New Disease Strikes Oak Trees in W.Va.

Last fall, Danielle Martin, a forest pathologist for the U.S. Forest Service in Morgantown, and her colleagues noticed something different about the oak…

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