Guest Post: Wild Virginia October 15, 2017 Despite recent bad news, the future remains uncertain for two huge, destructive natural gas pipelines proposed to mar our precious mountains and forests. … Continue reading The Fight Continues
Virginia DEQ to Hear Public Input on Water Quality Impacts of Mountain Valley Pipeline The State Water Control Board plans to hold two meetings in December to consider additional Section … Continue reading State Water Control Board Hearings on MVP Dec. 6-7, Richmond VA
PRESERVE CRAIG – Sustaining the Quality of Life We Value Craig County Fall Festival October 14, 2017 Preserve Craig will have a booth at the 35th Annual Craig County Fall … Continue reading Visit Preserve Craig at Fall Festival in New Castle, VA October 14
The forum is an informal informational meeting, allowing the candidates to educate voters on issues they deem important and their stands on those issues, and to permit local citizens to ask questions, express concerns and provide information to candidates.
Protect Our Water Heritage Rights, a coalition including landowners, watershed and peripherally affected, their families, friends and advocates, express disappointment, but not surprise, at the certification by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) LLC, and FERC officials continue to operate as though they are accountable to no one, including the courts.
Appalachian Trail makes list of 15 wild areas in U.S. at high risk of development for oil, gas and other resources. New report shines spotlight on important wild lands that … Continue reading Wilderness Society: Appalachian Trail is Too Wild to Drill