August 28-September 3, 201508/28/15
On this week's Allegheny Front, it's a special show looking at our rivers—from efforts by small towns to reclaim their riverfronts, to a league of youth dragon boaters who are learning respect for nature—and each other—paddling the Allegheny.
August 21-27, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we check out how women are making big impacts on small farms and hear how healthy soils could help reverse climate change.
August 14-20, 2015
This week on the Allegheny Front, we listen in on award-winning author and producer Scott Carrier's classic documentary about his canoe trip on the Green River.
August 7-13, 2015
On this week's show, we dig into the details of Obama's Clean Power Plan and check out how farmers are finding new ways to solve rural hunger.
July 31, 2015-August 6, 2015
On this week's show, we check out how other bee species are picking up the slack for ailing honeybee populations, and dig into Ohio Governor and presidential candidate John Kasich's record on the environment.
July 24-30, 2015
On this week's show, we check out the comeback story of Pennsylvania's largest venomous snake and find out how an emerging houseboat culture is helping Pittsburghers rediscover the magic of the Three Rivers.
July 17-23, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front: We explore how you can get green electricity for your home without ever installing a single solar panel, and check out a new "eco opera" about Pittsburgh native Rachel Carson.
July 10-16, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we check out the role women are playing in the oil and gas industry and dive to the bottom of Pittsburgh's Three Rivers.
July 3-9, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we check out a major landscape rehabof the Gettysburg battlefield and rediscover the lost heritage of African-American environmental history.
June 26-July 2, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we check in on the fight against sea lamprey in the Great Lakes, and hear the story of one Pennsylvania community which says a coal ash dump is making people sick.
June 19-25, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we explore the Pope's bold new statement on climate change and look at whether the nation's worst avian flu outbreak in history may be heading for Pennsylvania.
June 12-18, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front, we check out how smart meters are laying the groundwork for a smarter energy grid, and visit a small Danish island community that is meeting its energy goals by making demand meet supply.
June 5-11, 2015
Our special bikes episode! This week, we take a look at how next-generation bike lanes in Pittsburgh are causing a stir; check out how the city's air quality may be putting cyslists at risk; and chat with a woman who is encouraging more...
May 29-June 4, 2015
On this week's Allegheny Front: We visit a quirky, mountain tourist attraction that is ice cold in the summer; and take a look at how cleaning up frackwater is proving to be tricky business.
May 22-28, 2015
What'a behind the decline of monarch butterflies and how Pennsylvania is making crude oil trains safer.
May 15-21, 2015
On this week's The Allegheny Front, fracking in poor, rural communities, lead in vultures and the rebuilding of forests after the gas industry moves on.
May 8-14, 2015
On this week's The Allegheny Front, water contaminated with fracking chemicals, cleaner fast food and a thriving heron rookery.
May 1-7, 2015
On this week's The Allegheny Front, Pittsburgh residents still suffer from air pollution, bus idling laws make schools safer and Palm Warblers arrive at Lake Erie.
April 17-23, 2015
This week The Allegheny Front celebrates Earth Day with stories about a burning river, teach-ins and greenwashing.
April 10-16, 2015
On this week's The Allegheny Front, aspecial show featuring stories and interviews from our Climate Chronicles series about climate change's impact on our region.
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