Exciting Monroe County News! USGS to conduct a 3-year water study in Monroe County

A request by the Monroe County Commission for a hydrogeological (i.e., water and land) study has turned into a boon for the county that will have lasting value to our community, public service districts and public officials. Read more >>

Latest Pipeline News!

FERCOn November 13, 2017, organizations and individuals from WV and VA submitted formal “Requests for Rehearing” of the FERC Certificate granted to MVP on October 13, 2017. Read more>>

WVDEP–On November 1, 2017, WVDEP waived its 401 water quality authority for the MVP project and reissued its suspended stormwater permit. Read more>>

Eminent DomainMVP files for eminent domain against 210 WV landowners / Landowners’ lawsuit against FERC and MVP gets first hearing. Read more>>  

US Forest Service (Jefferson National Forest) and the Appalachian Trail— The US Forest Service stands by its draft decision to approve MVP route through Jefferson National Forest. Read more>>  

Water testing information for landowners who are concerned about the MVP

If you are on or near the proposed MVP route and concerned about the safety of your water, please see ICWA’s Water Testing Information here.

ICWA has been gathering information about issues and alternatives regarding water testing before and during construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Getting water tested in advance by a certified independent consultant is one step landowners can take to help ensure that you have credible baseline evidence of the quality of your pre-construction water. Read more >>

CLICK HERE to open pages about the Mountain Valley Pipeline

  • Status and Legal challenges to the FERC, WV Department of Environmental Protection, and the Jefferson National Forest
  • Access to comments and reports (karst, hydrology, cultural attachment, economic)
  • ICWA Interactive Environmental Map