ICWA Interactive Environmental Map

This map – available online to the public — is a free educational resource. It depicts the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) route and potential environmental impacts, especially in West Virginia.

Individuals and area groups can use the map to identify and analyze critical sensitivities and to support comments to the FERC, the WVDEP, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and others.

(The first time you visit this page, a blue box appears on the map. Check “Do not show this splash screen again” then click “OK” to view the map.)

Most map layers apply to all of West Virginia and into Virginia. Others are limited to West Virginia. Additional layers focus on Monroe and Summers counties, where individuals and watershed groups are identifying specific areas of sensitivity and local resource features that do not appear on the national and state-level maps.

  1. First Print Instructions — Click for instructions to explore map and access all layers
  2. Use full map while you look at printed instructions — Click to access full map

Click to see sample maps and how you can send a map and comment

About the ICWA Interactive Environmental Map

Click to donate to support this mapping project



Improve Your Life, Go The myEASY Way™