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July 2010

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A Better Ethanol

Nation’s first barley ethanol refinery opens in Virginia A barley ethanol refinery on the outskirts of Richmond may soon succeed where corn ethanol has failed:...

Hoots and Hellmouth

Living Local on the Road Being a grassroots touring band means long slogs on the highways of America. With that comes limited eating options—usually...

Charleston, S.C.

Water, water everywhere. Charleston’s coastal setting among a string of barrier islands is a hydrophile’s wet dream. But if you’re not into paddling, don’t...

Saving Sand Rock

Will park development protect a classic climbing crag? Entrance fees and development are coming to Sand Rock, a massive collection of boulders and cliffs in...

Crossroads

Two proposed Appalachian highways target the Southeast’s wildest landscapes, and new rail alternatives are headed down the tracks. Is Appalachia on board? West Virginia Senator...

Into the Wild

Exploring the South's Next Wilderness The farthest you can get from a road in the continental U.S. is 22 miles, in a deep corner of...