VA Water Board Tells DEQ to Do Their Job, But Not Much Else


Despite compelling evidence of serious degradation of water quality resulting from the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast Pipeline projects, the Virginia State Water Control Board took no action on the Nationwide Permit 12 or Section 401 Certifications for the pipelines. During the meeting August 21, the Board heard DEQ’s summary of 12,761 comments filed during the … Continue reading VA Water Board Tells DEQ to Do Their Job, But Not Much Else

Comments to FERC Week of March 26 Features Input from Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Craig County


This is a compilation of the comments filed with FERC by landowners, concerned residents, county governments, and other interested parties for the week of March 26, 2018. Save Monroe Save Monroe filed comments with FERC March 26 and 27. The first filing requested that Joby Timm, Supervisor for the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, … Continue reading Comments to FERC Week of March 26 Features Input from Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Craig County

Testify at The People’s Tribunal Oct. 28 in Charlottesville, VA


On October 28, 2017 in Charlottesville’s City Space, citizens will hold a people’s tribunal to present and document the perspectives of impacted people along the proposed routes of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) . Both routes target rural, poor, African American, Native American, andAppalachian communities from West Virginia, Virginia, and … Continue reading Testify at The People’s Tribunal Oct. 28 in Charlottesville, VA