How lavender farms can help restore land that’s been ruined by years of coal mining

  • Appalachian Botanical Company grows lavender on an old coal mine to make essential oil and other products.
  • It’s part of a race to clean up the millions of acres of post-coal mining land in the US.
  • The farm could be a model for lands destroyed by coal mining across the country.
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