What We AreA monthly internet video series offered by Virginia Tech's Outreach and International Affairs to guide and inspire leaders throughout Appalachia who are working hard to create prosperity in their towns.
Embracing the use of clean energy is the goal in Boone, North Carolina, where town leaders made national headlines after resolving to end the use of fossil fuels by 2050.
The expert tip for episode two of season four comes from Billy Schumann, the director of the Center for Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University.
Setbacks and accomplishments cover the span from August 2016 through August 2017 in Cleveland, Virginia, the town we followed throughout season three of Save Our Towns.
Damascus, Virginia, provides our first Example of Awesome in the season four opener, and we introduce Pennington Gap, the town we’ll be following for a year.
Grace Toney Edwards, professor emerita at Radford University, offers up the expert tip for the first episode of season four.
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