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Brownfields program partners on tourism videos to attract new residents to towns along Mon River

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The Northern WV Brownfields Assistance Center (NBAC) at West Virginia University (WVU), partnered with InnerAction Media (IAM) in 2019 to produce two videos that showcased Morgantown, Fairmont, Star City and the surrounding areas along the Monongahela River. The Monongahela River, known locally as the Mon, is 130 miles and runs from North Central West Virginia to southwestern Pennsylvania.