A typical aerial view while flying over the West Virginia mountains. The topsoil gets pushed down into the valleys, covering streams, then the land is blasted over and over to get to the coal seams. The remaining "top soil" that gets sprayed with Hydro-Seed is more representative of Rocky Mountain talus slopes and scree fields.
- © Photo by Lynn Willis and Appalachian Voices - Flyover Courtesy of SouthWings
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