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A group of hikers sit and write by the creek

Writing in the Woods with Appalachian Understories

At the Nature Writing Workshop hosted by Appalachian Understories, participants were able to explore their creativity while strolling along the two mile John Knouse path ... Read More

Prothonotary Warbler

Field Notes: Beauty in Prothonotary Form

By Joe Brehm, Environmental Education Director

As we tiptoed along the overgrown trail at Greendale Wetland, one male prothonotary warbler sang its rich, direct song. One ... Read More

Photo of OU students in class

OU Students Assisting with Marketing Plan

By Jilly Anderson, AmeriCorps Member

Appalachian Understories is getting a little help from students in a Strategic Communications class at Ohio University.

The students, who are seniors ... Read More

Prothonotary Warbler

The Early Bird Gets … the Discount!

Early bird registration for the Birds in the Hills Festival is underway, offering a chance to save 25% to 33% on admission to this three-day ... Read More

Junco photo by Karen Mammone

Field Notes: Meet a Few of Ohio’s ‘Snow Birds’

(This is the first of several Field Notes focusing on our feathered friends as we get ready for the Birds in the Hills Festival, which ... Read More

Madison Donohue is RA’s Tourism Specialist

Madison Donohue didn’t waste time when she started the first of her two AmeriCorps terms with Rural Action. She pitched a bike tour to Environmental ... Read More

Explore Tuscarawas History During Towpath Hike

Mineral City, Ohio — Learn how the Ohio & Erie Canalway altered Tuscarawas County’s environment, economy, and culture during a Historical Canal Hike on ... Read More

Explore our Region With Appalachian Understories

Rural Action has launched a new social enterprise designed to teach residents and tourists about the rich history and biodiversity of Appalachian Ohio while providing ... Read More

Explore Local History, Nature with Appalachian Understories

Trimble, Ohio — Rural Action has launched a new social enterprise designed to teach residents and tourists about the rich history and biodiversity of Appalachian ... Read More


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Alexandria Polanosky | Media and Communications Director | 740-677-4047 ext. 140 | alexandria@ruralaction.org