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Our Seed Swap is Growing “like a Zucchini Plant in the Summer”

By Allison Evans / April 16, 2024
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As Karen Mansfield of the Observer Reporter remarked in her March 26th article, “The Center for Coalfield Justice Seed Swap is growing like a zucchini plant in the summer.” We got a chuckle out of that because it was a brilliant analogy and oh so true! Our 4th Annual Seed Swap broke attendance records this […]

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CCJ Awarded the 2023 Agency Award

By CCJ / May 11, 2023
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On May 10th, 2023, CCJ was awarded the 2023 Agency Award from our friends at the Washington County Teen Outreach during their annual “One Kid at a Time” Awards. The award, given to an agency that provides support for youth in our community, honors CCJ’s efforts over the past year. The award was accepted by […]

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Statement of Solidarity and Action From PA to the Gulf South

By Veronica Coptis / February 23, 2021
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A changing climate leads to changes in the frequency, intensity, duration, and timing of extreme weather and climate events, and can result in unprecedented extreme weather and climate events.  —International Panel on Climate Change All of this is happening when we are still facing the ravages of a global pandemic, an extractive economy that continues […]

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Buffalo Creek Watershed Association to Hold a Fish Electroshocking Event

By Nick Hood / September 3, 2019
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The Buffalo Creek Watershed Association (BCWA) will be hosting a Fish Shocking at Santiago Sportsman Club on Thursday, September 12th.  The location is 749 Lake Road, Claysville, PA, and the event will begin at 5:30 p.m.  Mr. Greg Schaetzle from the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy will be conducting the fish shocking.   This is an exciting opportunity […]

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Organizers Build Relationship and Trust at Grassroots Organizing Summit

By Nick Hood / October 16, 2018
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CCJ recently hosted the Grassroots Organizing Summit with Mountain Watershed Association in Mount Pleasant, PA. Community organizers, frontline community members from the tri-state region attended along with allies in the gulf coast and native communities resisting fossil fuels for many years. The weekend was spent learning and growing alongside other Grassroots Organizers from around the […]

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CCJ is Going to DC

By Veronica Coptis / August 23, 2018
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