Groundwork Wyoming County


Groundwork Wyoming County is a division of GroundworksUSA, agroup of citizens working to form an incorporated non-profit organization that will clean up Wyoming County, remediate and redevelop Brownfield's, create or improve parklands, work with youth, and improve the quality of life for residents and tourists.


The mission of GWWC is the shared mission of the Groundwork USA Network:

"To bring about the sustained regeneration, improvement and management of the physical environment by developing community-based partnerships which empower people, businesses and organizations to promote environmental, economic and social well-being. "


For more information, go to: www.groundworkwyomingcounty.org


Click Here for an article by the Register-Herald online about Groundwork!

 


    
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Volunteers are a vital part of RAIL's success. We are SEEKING VOLUNTEERS! Please contact us if you want to make a difference and join our remarkable work teams.

In September 2010 RAIL volunteers began initiating a plan to invigorate Community and Economic development in the southern coalfields of West Virginia. In the past ten years RAIL has studied the needs of families in Appalachia as well as available resources and other accessible opportunities that can help their community become sustainable. Gaining a better understanding of what is needed has culminated in the Coal Heritage Trail of New Commerce Action Plan. Those implementing this plan, an organization at the grass roots, well understand their work cannot be successful without the help of volunteers and generous resources providers. Anyone interested in participating in this bold undertaking of helping families living in the Appalachian coalfields improve their economic and social conditions may contact mullensproject@aol.com for more information. RAIL gets its name from Rural Appalachian Improvement League, Inc. and can best be described as Volunteers coming together as an organization to find ways to best benefit their community

March 18, 2011

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