Step by Step FERC Filing Workshop


Commenting, subscribing, and intervening on FERC dockets can be a very confusing process — even for experienced FERC watchers. Join us for a step-by-step guide to navigating FERC’s website, using eComment, eFile, eLibrary. We will show you how to search the various Mountain Valley Pipeline dockets and subscribe to ongoing proceedings. Click Here to Register! … Continue reading Step by Step FERC Filing Workshop

Join the Water Quilt Project


About the Water Quilt Project: ARTivism Virginia, in collaboration with Appalachian Voices, POWHR Coalition (Protect Our Water Heritage Rights), Haw River Assembly, and Preserve Monroe (West VA) is pleased to invite you to participate in the Water Quilt Project to honor and protect the waterways of VA, WV and NC threatened by the Mountain Valley … Continue reading Join the Water Quilt Project

No MVP Lambert Compressor Station Comment Party


The proposed Lambert Compressor Station, a 27,756-horsepower fossil fuel facility would emit carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde into the air of yet another environmental justice community. Your voice is needed to say NO to this permit. Please REGISTER AT THE LINK HERE and save your registration link in order to attend! POWHR is partnering with Appalachian Voices, CCAN, ARTivism Virginia and others to host this event.

Mountain Valley Pipeline Crossing in Newport, VA


When a pipeline route is first formulated it starts out as a drawing on a map, a line between two points, and often in an office far away from where it will be, with little thought given to how it will impact the communities along the way and the lives of the people who live there.

Action Alert – Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Lambert Compressor Station – Pittsylvania County, VA


We need your action to bring the “Southgate” air permit for review by the full Virginia Air Pollution Control Board. In your comments, you can request a hearing from the Air Pollution Control Board, address concerns about harmful air pollution and cumulative impacts from potentially adjacent existing infrastructure, and discuss how your community may be adversely impacted by the compressor station.