Pipeline Issues

On this page you can see the whole history of the Virginia Native Plant Society’s stand on the pipeline and associated issues. The most recent developments are listed first. Scroll down to see the letter we submitted to FERC.

The alternative route threatens sensitive and rare shale barren plant communities.

A letter with details and photographs explaining the unique value of the shale barren plant community and the threat of the alternative route.

Wild Virginia has staff dedicated to keeping this site updated, including links to
to options for comments and other participation.

http://wildvirginia.org/our-programs/fracking/dominion-pipeline/can/

http://vnps.org/download/ABRA%20Press%20Release%20on%204-County%20Economic%20Impacts%20of%20ACP%20-%202-16-16.pdf

http://vnps.org/download/ABRA-press-release-on-ACP-soils-surveying-11-17-15.pdf

http://abralliance.org/wp-content/uploads/PressRelease_SynapseReport_070815_final.pdf

  • Response to Comments

http://vnps.org/download/FERC%20RESPONDS.pdf

  • DNH Scoping Comments

http://vnps.org/download/DCR-DNH%20FERC_Scoping_comments%282%29.pdf

  • VNPS Comments

http://vnps.org/download/VNPS%20EIS%20Scoping%20comments%20on%20ACP.pdf

  • Report on ABRA Meeting

http://vnps.org/download/CCC%20report%20on%20ABRA%204%2030%2015.pdf

  • Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance Update

http://vnps.org/download/ABRA%20Update%20%20%2319%20-%203-11-15.pdf

  • Pipeline-Related Blog Posts

http://vnps.org/category/pipeline-issues/

  • McAuliffe Gives Briefing on Pipeline

http://vnps.org/conservation/mcauliffe-gives-briefing-pipeline/

  • Resolution to Oppose

http://vnps.org/resolution-oppose/

  • VNPS Letters to FERC

http://vnps.org/conservation/vnps-letters-ferc/