The 10,000-acre watershed is home to the region's cleanest water, rarest species, most secluded hiking and biking trails in the region, and a new state park. It also could be home to a controversial new RV park and road if park developers have their way. Two new resources provide new insights into this spectacular spot in Southern Appalachia.
Plastic straws are officially banned in D.C. On January 1, 2019, Washington, D.C. became the second major U.S. city to ban plastic straws in restaurants...
University of Washington research indicates doctors may someday prescribe hikes Researchers at the University of Washington have embarked on research that could one day allow doctors...