Philanthropy group aims to keep shale gas boom money in Appalachia

Residents of Appalachia are determining how best to manage their new "fortunes" that have materialized as a result of the shale oil and gas leasing boom, an article in The Plain Dealer reports. Organizations like the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio are encouraging these residents to become philanthropists to help other benefit from the influx of money into the region. Read the full article here.
 

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