How Ex-Miners Turn Toxic Land into Lavender Farms | World Wide Waste

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
11 Mar 2022

A lavender farm in West Virginia is restoring land destroyed by coal mining and providing jobs in a state struggling as the fossil fuel energy is on its way out. There are over 6 million acres of abandoned coal mines across the US, and more could go to waste if coal companies don’t restore their land. Learn more about Appalachian Botanical Company at: https://appalachianbotanical.com/

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How Ex-Miners Turn Toxic Land into Lavender Farms | World Wide Waste

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