Todd Simmons over at Matterdaily.org tells us about a traveling group of artists known as the Beehive Design Collective presenting their unique brand of large scale murals in Fort Collins, Colorado on December 9th. This year's exhibit is dedicated to raising public awareness about mountain top removal mining practices and the accompanying destruction of natural resources. Have you ever been in a car and seen the above bumper sticker? The fine print on it says "West Virginia Highlands Conservancy" representing those at the forefront battling the mining companies who practice mountain top removal. For dates, times, and locations of the exhibits see Todd's article. TPG feels strongly for the cause the collective has chosen and as we have said before, we should all LISTEN TO LARRY!