University of Kentucky professor Chris Barton stood by four-year-old trees planted at a former surface mine near Pikeville. The site was a pilot project for the Green Forests Work program that could help Congress put unemployed veterans to work.
University of Kentucky professor Chris Barton stood by four-year-old trees planted at a former surface mine near Pikeville. The site was a pilot project for the Green Forests Work program that could help Congress put unemployed veterans to work.
University of Kentucky professor Chris Barton stood by four-year-old trees planted at a former surface mine near Pikeville. The site was a pilot project for the Green Forests Work program that could help Congress put unemployed veterans to work.

Honor our vets with jobs bill; reforesting Appalachia could be on shovel-ready project

September 16, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 16, 2012 01:45 AM

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