The Frequently Asked Questions documents problems associated with permanently storing toxic coal ash in the floodplain of Illinois’ National Scenic River.
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The Middle Fork of the Vermilion River is a hidden treasure in east-central Illinois. Bounded by over 8,000 acres of public parkland and recognized for its biological diversity, scenic beauty and recreational potential, this stream is threatened by coal ash pollution. See how you can help preserve the river for future generations.