MVP Organic Farm Protection Plan


In their Final Environmental Impact Statement, Mountain Valley Pipeline notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of five organic farms that would be impacted by the proposed pipeline — four in Monroe County, WV and one in Franklin County, VA. Please see the following document with MVP’s Organic Farm Protection Plan (OFPP), which was originally published … Continue reading MVP Organic Farm Protection Plan

Citizen Groups Call for VA Water Control Board to Meet to Address Violations


Monday, June 18, 2018 at 2:00 pm Location: Wasena Park, Roanoke, VA (near Vic Thomas Greenway bridge by the Roanoke River) Citizen observers for the Mountain Valley Watch program have documented and reported as many as 20 erosion control violations to the Department of Environmental Quality since mid-April 2018. But, DEQ has not issued any … Continue reading Citizen Groups Call for VA Water Control Board to Meet to Address Violations

Pick Your Poison: MVP Threatens Health


In this revealing presentation, Dr. Tina Smusz describes the dangers to public health inflicted on communities by construction and operation of fracked gas pipelines and compressor stations.   Every stage of the Mountain Valley Pipeline, from tree clearing through construction and operation, carries pollution. However, it has the most serious consequences for pregnant women, their … Continue reading Pick Your Poison: MVP Threatens Health

MVP Requests Variances F-1, G-2, and Bradshaw-3 in Raleigh, Giles, Wetzel Counties


Mountain Valley Pipeline requested two variances March 27. The first, labeled as F-1, seeks approval of an additional laydown yard in Raleigh County, WV. Aside from this request, Raleigh County is not impacted directly by any portion of the pipeline. Based on the alignment sheets attached to the request, the proposed laydown yard is located … Continue reading MVP Requests Variances F-1, G-2, and Bradshaw-3 in Raleigh, Giles, Wetzel Counties