Coal Report 05-15-13 5m 58sec graphic from "The Continuing Decline in Demand for Central Appalachian Coal : Market and Regulatory Influences"...
2013-05-09 MN WR ACP foresters making inventories of forest land // photo from the ACP website (http://appalachiancarbonpartnership.org) In this...
Central Appalachia loses more than 130 acres of forestland everyday, as economic pressures force families to clear their land. Nearly 90 percent of...
Appalshop's 27th annual community arts festival, featuring music,crafts, dancing, the Whitesburg ARTWALK, shape note singing, film screenings, and more.
A multimedia story bank featuring individuals & organizations developing healthy, sustainable Appalachian communities.Learn More or Get Involved!
Terry Creech is a rare breed -- a second generation commercial apple grower in Harlan County, KY....Visit the channel page for more detail » »
Appalshop Archive has been awarded a grant by the National Film Preservation Foundation to preserve films documenting life in eastern Kentucky. » »
For the months of March and April, the artist on display in the Appalshop Gallery will be Donna Williams. » »
On March 6 the Rural Route Film Festival - Best of/Shorts tour will be making a stop at the Appalshop Theater, bringing 11 of its very best short films about rural people and places from around the world. » »
Appalshopâ€™s latest release, "Anne Braden: Southern Patriot," will have its Central Kentucky premiere at the Lexington Public Library, Main Street, on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 6:00 pm. » »
First recorded as a spoken-word album by Appalshop in 1975, the original live recording of the folktale Ancient Creek by Gurney Norman (read by the author) has been released as an audio CD from June Appal Recordings. » »