Kathryn Ward is a geologist in the Wellhead Protection Program at the Kentucky Division of Water. Ms. Ward worked in environmental education before attending graduate school at the University of Kentucky, where she received her M.S. in geology in 2009.

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In the Appalachian mountain region, the loss of the American chestnut, along with the visible scars of coal-related surface mining, have had a doubly devastating effect. However, it is in viewing these two ecological disasters together that the possibility of a solution emerges. King of the Forest The forests of eastern North America were once …

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