With Impending Hurricane, MVP Continues Rushed Construction


Virginia’s Department of Environmental Quality stated the morning of September 11 — two days before reported landfall of a Category 4 hurricane — that the agency had “directed work to stop” on the Mountain Valley Pipeline and that construction had in fact stopped. Yet communities report active construction several counties in Virginia and West Virginia. Instead of … Continue reading With Impending Hurricane, MVP Continues Rushed Construction

Roanoke County Says No to DEQ Memorandum of Agreement


Roanoke County’s Board of Supervisors voted against a motion to sign a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Environmental Quality. Please see the following news links for more information: Roanoke Times Coverage — Roanoke County supervisors hold off on pipeline inspection agreement WDBJ7 Coverage — Roanoke County Supervisors pass on DEQ agreement

Volunteer to Monitor Pipeline Construction


Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program The Volunteer Pipeline Visual Assessment Program was developed by Trout Unlimited and West Virginia Rivers Coalition to support and train volunteer citizen observers to identify, document and report pollution incidents associated with large-scale pipeline development. Through a series of free webinars, volunteers will learn about erosion control best management practices … Continue reading Volunteer to Monitor Pipeline Construction