Some of the largest open surface coal mines in the world are 10 miles from L.J. Turner's Wyoming ranch. He says the impact of coal mining can be measured by the damage to local creeks and aquifers, and the warmer winters. audio by Ashley Ahearn and Katie Campbell photography by Michael Werner and Katie Campbell aerial support provided by LightHawk See more Voices of Coal: http://earthfix.info/coalvoices. Read more on Coal in the Northwest: http://earthfix.info/coal.+ More details
LJ Turner was born and raised on a 10,000 acre ranch in Campbell County, Wy. about 10 miles from some of the largest open-surface coal mines in the world. Turner's family has lived here since 1918. Audio by Ashley Ahearn Videography by Michael Werner & Katie Campbell+ More details
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