MVWatch Construction Monitoring Volunteer Interest Form
The Mountain Valley Watch volunteer construction monitoring program seeks volunteers to observe, record, and report potential environmental violations along the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) route. Personal information collected through this form will be used only for the purposes of coordinating training, monitoring, image reviewing, and reporting.
-- Volunteers are needed out in the field to safely collect and submit images of MVP erosion and sediment control methods using data location apps such as Solocator (
-- Other volunteers can help remotely by reviewing Solocator and aerial images uploaded to
maps and flagging potential problems for further review or reporting to Virginia DEQ and West Virginia DEP.
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Please indicate which volunteer tasks you would like to participate in (check all that apply).
Take photos of potential violations along the MVP route and submit them to MVWatch.
Review images posted to a MVWatch website in order to look for potential violations.
Submit written comments to government agencies such as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, US Forest Service, etc.
Conduct water quality monitoring in streams along the MVP route.
Conduct drone flights to capture images of potential violations along the MVP route.
Provide ground support for drone pilots near the MVP route.
Do you live within a reasonable driving distance from the MVP construction corridor? (In other words, can you reach construction areas safely by car during, or directly after, significant rainfall?)
Would you like to receive emails from Mountain Valley Watch alerting you to trainings and presentations or project updates?
Please use this space if you have questions for us or any additional information to share with us.
NO VOLUNTEER IS EVER REQUIRED to perform work that they believe is unsafe or that they think is likely to cause injury or a health risk to themselves or others. Monitoring activity will take place outside the boundaries of MVP rights-of-way and safely away from active construction, MVP personnel, and equipment. Volunteers will use a buddy system, obey federal, state, and local laws, and enter private property only with permission and notice to landowners. Volunteers will strictly avoid monitoring during extreme weather hazards including, but not limited to, lightning, high wind, or other severe weather alerts.
I confirm that I have read, understand and agree to the above statement.
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