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Alabama is home to the most diverse forests and aquatic systems in this country - with more species per square mile than any other state. But Alabama’s wild places have also suffered mightily since the 1800’s - and are at risk today - with species after species becoming extinct after generations of logging, mining and other industry.
Hear Our Voices
If you’re in downtown Chattanooga these days, you’ll see flags celebrating Black-owned businesses in this city.
Music Made Here
Richard Winham shares a set from Ariella - a singer / songwriter with a passion for blues, jazz and soul - for the Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series at the Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC.
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