Environment http://wfdd.org en Environmentalists Not Satisfied As Dan River Cleanup Ends http://wfdd.org/post/environmentalists-not-satisfied-dan-river-cleanup-ends <p><a href="http://www.duke-energy.com/news/releases/2014071601.asp">Duke Energy</a> announced last week that it has completed its cleanup of the Dan River following a massive coal ash spill in February.</p><p> Mon, 21 Jul 2014 03:00:00 +0000 Paul.Garber 12506 at http://wfdd.org Environmentalists Not Satisfied As Dan River Cleanup Ends Conservancy Buys Land Along Dan River http://wfdd.org/post/conservancy-buys-land-along-dan-river <p>The<a href="http://www.piedmontland.org/"> Piedmont Land Conservancy</a> has bought a large tract of land along the Dan River.</p><p> Tue, 24 Jun 2014 03:00:00 +0000 Paul.Garber 11994 at http://wfdd.org Conservancy Buys Land Along Dan River Environmental Group Claims Carcinogenic Contaminents in Private Well Water Near Retired Duke Plant http://wfdd.org/post/environmental-group-claims-carcinogenic-contaminents-private-well-water-near-retired-duke-plant <p>Coal ash waste from a retired Duke Energy plant is being connected to contaminated well water in Rowan County.</p><p></p><p> Thu, 19 Jun 2014 11:24:24 +0000 Kathryn Mobley 11905 at http://wfdd.org Environmental Group Claims Carcinogenic Contaminents in Private Well Water Near Retired Duke Plant Tour de Yadkin Runs Through June 28 http://wfdd.org/post/tour-de-yadkin-runs-through-june-28 <p>The Yadkin Riverkeeper’s Tour de Yadkin is in full swing and there’s still time to sign up for a trip on the water.</p><p> Wed, 18 Jun 2014 02:17:12 +0000 Paul.Garber 11864 at http://wfdd.org Tour de Yadkin Runs Through June 28 Cleanup From March Storms Ends; More Than 1 Million Cubic Yards of Debris http://wfdd.org/post/cleanup-march-storms-ends-more-1-million-cubic-yards-debris <p>It took about three months but a four-county cleanup from the ice storms back in March has finally ended.</p><p> Tue, 10 Jun 2014 15:29:55 +0000 Paul.Garber 11727 at http://wfdd.org Cleanup From March Storms Ends; More Than 1 Million Cubic Yards of Debris