The Huber Breaker Preservation Society is dedicated to the continued reclamation and development of the Huber Breaker Anthracite Coal Region Miners Memorial Park on the former 3 acre abandoned mine land property in the Borough of Ashley, PA, in the heart of the Wyoming Valley, just off Interstate I-81. Low impact walking trails, an Anthracite Miners Memorial that is already in place, the construction of a multi-purpose historical and environmental educational pavilion, a replica Powder House, a natural playground area for children, restored mine cars, art murals, community gardens, a parking lot with green infrastructure, picnic tables, park benches, pavers, and bio-retention areas to control stormwater. The land is a destination for tourists, students, and visitors alike, to hear about the history of the Anthracite Region and needs to serve as an interpretative area of our Northern Coalfield’s culture and ethnic diversity that worked in the mines.