Credit: Rebecca Kiger
Nina Chase imagines a "wild and wonderful" land-based future for West Virginia.
Caroline Filice Smith argues that the state should begin to view its land as a critical infrastructure.
In a short film, Elaine McMillion Sheldon explores the health and social service challenges facing West Virginia communities.
Brittany Patterson profiles three land-based projects that create new economic opportunities in Appalachia.
Rebecca Kiger shares a photographic essay documenting urban farm Grow Ohio Valley.
Merritt Chase discusses three projects rethinking public space across different scales.
An introduction to the League’s American Roundtable project.
Editor Nina Chase and report contributors Caroline Filice Smith and Elaine McMillion Sheldon present the report Appalachia Rising and discuss key themes and findings.