W.Va. Music Hall Of Fame 2023 Inductees Cover Genre Spectrum
Ranging from pine fiddles to P-funk, this is an eclectic group of Mountain State musicians.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Outdoor enthusiasts have a new way to help maintain West Virginia’s natural beauty for future generations.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Dolly Sods is federally protected public land — full of rocky ridges, soggy bogs and beautiful views. It’s also the site of an annual nature walk called the West Virginia Wildflower Pilgrimage. This year was the 59th time that wildflower and birding experts descended on the area for the event. Inside Appalachia co-host Mason Adams made the pilgrimage from his home in Floyd County, Virginia to Dolly Sods for the annual event and brings us this story.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On October 14, 1943, the U.S. Army began transforming parts of Dolly Sods into an artillery range. Troops from across the eastern United States were…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
A land donation will more than double the size of the Bear Rocks Preserve in West Virginia.The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports that near 2 square miles of…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
State foresters recommend heading to the high country this weekend to see foliage at its peak. Perennial foliage hotspots, including Dolly Sods,…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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