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
We call on all Virginians to remind the State Water Control Board of their authority and responsibility under the law to protect our communities and millions of people downstream from disaster.
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. Approvals for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline issued on Friday by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) are just one step in a continuing battle to … 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 401 water quality certification conditions for the proposed Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines. Each meeting is scheduled to last about two days. On the … Continue reading State Water Control Board Hearings on MVP Dec. 6-7, Richmond VA