Tag: Mountain Valley Pipeline

MOUNTAIN VALLEY PIPELINE DROVE ATVs ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL FOR 19 DAYS

The rules about vehicles on the Appalachian Trail are very clear. You can’t ride a bicycle on it. Nor can you use a motorized vehicle. 36 CFR 7.100 – Appalachian National Scenic Trail. (a)What activities are prohibited? (1) The use of bicycles, motorcycles or

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Mountain Valley Pipeline has not completed the permitting process

There are many moving parts to this story. Here is what we can tell about the current status: No trees have been cut to date in Virginia, though cutting has started in West Virginia. MVP would need to cease cutting

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Hands Across the AT Celebration, Saturday, August 19 in Pearisburg

Are you tired of partisan bickering? Join us at 10:30 am tomorrow for a bipartisan celebration of the Appalachian Trail at the Pearisburg Community Center in Giles County. Google Earth map link here. State Senator John Edwards (D-Roanoke) and Delegate

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ATC: Mountain Valley Pipeline an unprecedented threat to ALL national trails

  Many small pipelines currently cross the Appalachian Trail, but they are nothing like the proposed new Mountain Valley Pipeline that would be built by a consortium led by EQT, a fracking company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The latest edition

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Join Hands Across the Appalachian Trail in Newport on September 17!

On September 17, 2016, people from all over the region will join hands to protect our land, our local communities and the Appalachian Trail from the unnecessary and unwanted onslaught of natural gas pipelines. Both the AT and the Newport community

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RATC Board opposes Mountain Valley Pipeline, citing hiker safety and visual impact

Using criteria developed by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Roanoke Appalachian Trail Club’s board of directors has voted to oppose the Mountain Valley Pipeline due to its potential negative impacts on the AT and trail users. The board’s resolution voices

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Small area, big problems: Mountain Valley Pipeline and Jefferson National Forest

[summary of US Forest Service’s March 9, 2016 comments on developer’s final Resource Reports in October 2015] The proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline would be over 300 miles long, including about 5 miles in the Jefferson National Forest (JNF), where it

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RATC comments to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on potential Mountain Valley Pipeline

(a full copy of the RATC’s comments to FERC on the MVP is here: RATC comments to FERC 6.11.15) According to its bylaws, the purposes of the Roanoke Appalachian Trail Club include a duty to: participate in and encourage the development

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