Rows of nearly identical houses run along gently meandering roads in Jefferson Township’s Willow Brook subdivision. It’s suburban, but tucked in here is a pretty innovative environmental project.
Top WOSU Stories
- Yost Pitches Constitutional Amendment To Allocate Opioid Settlement Money
- Schools Flocking To Ohio Statehouse To Promote Computer Science
- To Restore Streams On The Cheap, Franklin County Mimics Beaver Dams
- WonderBus Music Festival Plans To Stick Around Through 2026
- Ohio Secretary Of State Says Progress Being Made On Election Security Efforts
The R.E. Burger coal-fired power plant’s final day ended, appropriately enough, in a cloud of black smoke and dust. From 1944 to 2011, the plant generated power, fumes and ash in the Ohio River Valley. It was one of dozens of coal and steel plants dotting the banks of the river, which for years has ranked among the nation’s most heavily polluted.
- Curious Cbus: Are Ohio's Highways Based On American Indian Trails?
- Vote Now: Which Question Should WOSU Investigate Next?
- Curious Cbus: Why This Woman Hangs Affirming Signs Over Columbus Highways
- Curious Cbus: Does Columbus Have An Accent?
- Curious Cbus: How Minerva Park Went From Failed Amusement To Quaint Neighborhood