TCF in the News

September 28, 2018
Ramsey Nix, Atlanta Magazine –  Lush greenery softens the edges of Atlanta when viewing the city from a plane, from the upper floors of its many new high-rises, and even on the big screen in the many films for which Atlanta serves as the backdrop. On the ground, the reality of Atlanta’s unbounded development comes sharply into focus. 

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September 27, 2018
By Greta Moran and Paola Rosa-Aquino, Grist –  As the country watched floodwaters rise across the Carolinas in the wake of Hurricane Florence this month, Puerto Ricans were still reeling from a storm that tore through the island a year ago.

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September 13, 2018
Molly Samuel, WABE – When you’re in a plane on the runway at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, or on the plane train heading to a terminal, the Flint River might be flowing somewhere beneath you.

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September 12, 2018
Scott McLeod, Smoky Mountain News  – North Carolina got a new slice of public land last week when Headwaters State Forest was opened to the public Thursday, Sept. 6, the first large tract to be added to N.C. Forest Service lands since acquisition of DuPont State Forest began in 1996. 

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August 28, 2018
Matt Tunseth, Chugiak-Eagle River Star  – With a massive hurdle to fish passage in the Eklutna River now gone, it's up to local utilities to take the next step toward restoring the river to its natural state.

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August 22, 2018
Howard Weiss-Tisman, Vermont Public Radio  – There’s a good chance that one of Vermont’s most important historical sites has been hidden away high on a mountaintop in Bennington County. And teacher Steve Butz has been spending the past five years trying to uncover it and let the world know what’s hidden there.

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August 10, 2018
Tonia Moxley, The Roanoke Times – A Blacksburg-based nonprofit is working with the state to protect sensitive wetlands and rare species in Floyd County.

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July 25, 2018
Ryan Stanton, MLive  – Mark Nowak and Alex Cacciari set up their certified-organic vegetable farm on a 30-acre plot of land off Warren Road just outside Ann Arbor six years ago. That was after getting started at the Tilian Farm Development Center, a farm incubator just around the corner off Pontiac Trail.

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