Action Alert
MVP is proposing to bore under 69 streams and wetlands in the first 77 miles of the route. Check out this guide to submit comment to FERC  
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WV Flood Tool
Mountain Valley Watch
urges landowners and volunteers to report the start of any and all construction activity on the pipeline route including additional temporary work spaces, access roads and trenching. Report commencement of construction at:

To contact Mountain Valley Watch, call or text (540) 251-2169 or email
Please describe the nature of the work and the type of equipment being used and any possible violations such as missing erosion controls, refueling near waterways, driving through wetlands or operating outside of assigned right of way. Time stamped photos with location data can be sent to Please do not use the Facebook page for incident reporting as we do not monitor that page for messages throughout the day. Feel free to reply directly with questions.

Construction contractors may be attempting to shield themselves from public scrutiny. Reporting new construction activity will help us respond effectively and keep contractor activity in public view. Thank you.
WVDEP Launches Webpage Dedicated to 
Helping Citizens Learn About Pipeline Projects
Detailed maps, transcripts, permit information available on single webpage
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