Join the MVP 'Violation Vigil' Project
The Violation Vigil is collaborative art project that gives poignant, visual and aural representation to the hundreds of water violations at the hands of Mountain Valley Pipeline. It is an invitation to stand in solidarity with the communities facing the MVP, and is a response to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's continued abdication of responsibility. As the DEQ and State Water Control Board review the new permit application for stream and wetlands crossings for Giles, Montgomery, Franklin, Craig, Roanoke and Pittsylvania Counties, this project is meant to spotlight the continued destruction to Virginia waterways from the ruinous fracked-gas Mountain Valley Pipeline.
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How do I participate in the Violation Vigil?
Sign up via the link below to be contacted about the project. After registering, you will be assigned one of the 350+ violations that Mountain Valley Pipeline has committed in Virginia against our water ways. The visual interpretation of the violation, a large poster, will be provided to you. These images will be part of the visuals for an in-person rally on December 11, 2021 in Richmond, VA. You will bring your sign with you to Richmond that day for the event - which lasts from 1-4pm. You will receive more details and updates will be available after registration.
Each Violation Vigil poster will have the image below:
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How did you hear about this project?
Do you already have a sign? If so, what # is on it?
What geographic area of the MVP route are you most personally connected to?
The Violation Vigil is a collaborative project of the organizations listed below. Please select any whose mailing lists you'd like to join:
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