A unique combination of music, visuals, and community involvement, "Still Moving Mountains: The Journey Home" unleashes the passion and urgency empowering the movement against mountaintop removal at this critical moment. The album includes all facets of the movement for justice and progress in Central Appalachia.
The album is a sequel to 2004's successful "Moving Mountains," a musical compilation of artists and residents released by Falling Mountain Music. It was produced by Jen Osha, founder and Director of Aurora Lights, a nonprofit organization based out of Morgantown, West Virginia. All proceeds from the album will be used for grants and other educational and charitable purposes consistent with Aurora Lights' mission to raise awareness of the impacts of mountaintop removal coal mining. The first CD raised more than $6,000 for local grassroots work.