Ad-Hoc Committees are short term committies that change reguarly. There are currently two ad-hoc committies.
100 Days Action Planning Team
This team is reaching out to national allies to gather information about national, regional, and local plans in other parts of the country and in the environmental justice movement. They are developing participation options for our steering committee to review. Once options have been identified and selected working teams will form to carry out their components of 100 days plan.
Week in Washington Planning team
The annual End Mountaintop Removal Week in Washington is an event organized by the Alliance for Appalachia, bringing together over 150 citizens from the Appalachian region and across the nation who care deeply about health, clean water and land, and social justice. The Week in Washington is an integral part of our work to connect resident to the halls of power in DC, with participants attending meetings with congresspeople and senators of both parties from nearly every state as well as meetings with officials as federal agency. In past years this week has been spent educating people in Washington and across the nation about the Clean Water Protection Act.