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Apr 5 2021
09:44 am

Hellbender Press, "The Environmental Journal of Southern Appalachia" and former labor of love for our late friend Rikki Hall, is back. The masthead has several familiar names.

Their latest article, The battle of Flenniken Branch, is about the developer of a Maryville Pike property in South Knox County facing multiple state and county citations over alleged sediment pollution.

bizgrrl's picture

Wonderful! Great articles.

Wonderful! Great articles.

michael kaplan's picture

Nice!

Nice!

Mike Knapp's picture

Shameless plug from long ago co-founder

If you like what you see please consider donating once or if you can on a monthly basis. It'll help the current staff buy food, diapers, masks and an occasional camping spot.

Very easy if you're hooked into actblue, please select donation option for Hellbender Press online.

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fischbobber's picture

Address or PO Box.

Is there any way to provide an address or PO Box for those of us old farts who would be more inclined to write a check?

Mike Knapp's picture

Send checks to FGS

Tax deductible checks can be made out to "Foundation for Global Sustainability" with memo re: Hellbender Press

P.O. Box 1101, Knoxville TN 37901-1101

Thanks all!

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