Fear for Our Future, A Chance to Do the Right Thing

Last Monday and Tuesday, impacted communities and advocates came out together to appeal to the integrity of the State Water Control Board (SWCB) to make the only sane choice – deny Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Clean Water Act Section 401 Virginia Water Protection Permit application.

Comment on MVP 401 Permit

In March 2021 Mountain Valley Pipeline submitted an application for construction in wetlands and across stream crossings in the remaining portions of the project. Virginia DEQ has prepared a draft Virginia Water Protection (VWP) permit and a technical factsheet. If issued, the permit will serve as Virginia’s Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification.

Code Red for Humanity

Central Virginia high school student Akari Hernandez speaks to his generation’s fight against climate change, and stands against the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Call to action, join him at the Violation Vigil December 11th in Richmond, VA.

Respect and Protect Our Air, Our Lives

This is a guest blog by Crystal Cavalier-Keck, co-founder of Seven Directions of Service and a citizen of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation. Crystal demands real climate leadership and hopes to see the Virginia Air Pollution Control Board deny the permit for Lambert Compressor Station.

A 303-mile Run Down Memory Lane

MVP Protest Runner Mercedes Walters reflects on her experience running over 300 miles across Virginia and West Virginia in protest of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).

Violation Vigil

This fall we can stop the violence caused by the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Join us in Richmond at Dogwood Dell Amphitheater on December 11, 2021 starting at 1:00 PM for the Violation Vigil convergence event with ritual and song. Register here.