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#nopipelines#resist#waterislife#NoPipelines#NoMVP#NoACP#noMVP#BeLikeNutty#Boycott#Virginia#wewillwin#VirginiaRiverHealers#belikenutty#JamesRiver#RVA#RiverRock#RiverrockRVA#DominionEnergy#DumpDominion#StandWithUnionHill#DigItUp#StandWithLittleTeel#StandWithRed#NoCoalAsh#vah2osolidarity#appalachiantrail

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Twas a great day hiking around the island looking for a place to surf. Waves were small but rideable which is always a bonus this time of year. @explorecanada @hellobc #victoria #vancouverisland


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Nîpîy 💦
That’s how you say water in my native language.
We all need water to survive. Everything else needs water to survive. Big corporations like #Nestle and #KinderMorgan don’t give a flying fuck. All they see are dollar signs. 😵
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The Kinder Morgan expansion pipeline would transport bitumen from the Alberta tar sands, Edmonton to the BC coast. That means an increase in tanker traffic along the BC coast from 5 tankers per month to 34. ☠️
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About only 5-15% of an oil spill is recovered. If bitumen was to spill.. it will likely lead to submerged oil. Currently we have no ability to clean up oil that sinks below the surface, making it a risky substance to transport. ☠️ -

Don’t try and tell me about jobs.. Once construction ends, there would be 90 permanent pipeline operating positions. 😒
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We can’t drink oil and eat money. ✊🏽
📸: Me ✨
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#bcbudgal #waterislife #nokindermorgan #nopipelines #stopkindermorgan #stoppipelines #protecttheinlet #burrardinlet #water #vancouver #westcoast #britishcolumbia #notankers


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Anybody see #cowspiracy ? Mentioning a carbon tax seems to piss everyone off, but it's a viable solution 🤷🙄 #opinions #america #billnye #maga #trump #republican #environment #flintwatercrisis #nopipelines #eatlocal


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The fire is catching! Flame azalea. 125 feet from Pocahontas access road. #nomvp #nopipelines #belikenutty #belikefern #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #optoutside #resist


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Ta’kaiya Blaney - Organizer of #Warriorup Walkout, giving her speech @takaiya_blaney .
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Youth ramping up crowd before concert during #warriorupwalkout 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
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Last night “Nutty” came down from her monopod “tree sit”. She was blocking the construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. This is one of two proposed unnecessary fossil fuel pipelines that will devastate Virginia’s landscape, communities, and drinking water. Nutty was up on the monopod for 57 days! She was refused food and water from supporters by the US Forrest Service since early April. She was subsisting on what was left of the rations she brought up with her. ***Nutty ran out of food on MAY 19th.*** She continued to sit and Protect Our Land and water for another 5 days. On the 4th day after her food ran out, a new tree sitter went up just up the road that Nutty was blocking. The torch could be passed. Thank you Nutty for putting your body, your safety, your spirit in the literal path of destruction. You have our gratitude and continued support. 🙏❤️🌱💧 #BeLikeNutty #NoMVP #NoPipelines #waterprotectors #StandwithRed #standwithunionhill #standwithlittleteelcrossing #standwithminor #NoACP


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One week left for comments to the DEQ! Need some guidance??? WE CAN HELP 😁

http://wildvirginia.org/suggestions-comments-response-deq-public-notice-impacts-waterbody-crossings-water-quality-standards/

#NoACP #NoMVP #NoPipelines #FrackOff #ExerciseYourRight #WeGotYou


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Thank you Nutty!@appalachiansagainstpipelines
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Nutty: If you're reading this, it means the monopod blockade is no more.
We knew it couldn't last forever. That's how this works.
If we rely on one location, one tactic, or one group of people to stop this pipeline, we will fail. But we're not. I know that as this one facet of the struggle draws to conclusion, more people in other places are gaining momentum. The fire has already caught; we must not let it die.
For the moment, in the wild and beautiful terrain of Appalachia, we are still here. They're still trying to put a pipeline through.
If anyone was still unsure before, events thus far should have shown us that the cops and the state stand where they have always stood: on the side of the powerful, of exploitation, of turning land and water into profit.
This land was already stolen, and private property shouldn't exist any more than this pipeline should. This fight didn't begin with this pipeline and it won't end until the destruction of colonialism, white supremacy, capitalism, patriarchy, governance, everything wreaking destruction on the earth and waging constant war on certain human beings to create empty structures of wealth and power.

Let's let what we learn in this struggle reach into every corner of our lives, even as our lives and relationships meld inextricably with our actions. Let's build friendships and commitments strong enough to withstand the long fight ahead. It's going to be very, very hard. I think we've only gotten glimpses of what we'd need to achieve to stop this pipeline. Yet if those glimpses are any indication, the coming months, and the coming years and lifetimes fighting the many facets of the world we're trying to destroy, will contain not only grueling effort and frequent moments of doubt but also unexpected joy, laughter, and triumph.
So keep on fighting, and growing communities that have no room for pipelines or their world.
I hope to see you on the mountains, in the streets, by the rivers and in the fields and wetlands and forests. — Nutty
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#noMVP #nopipelines #belikenutty #belikefern #belikedeckard #standwithred


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Nutty came down today after 57 days of being in their #treesit blocking the #mvp. Read their full statement in these slides.

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#ruralresistance #noMVP #nopipelines #belikenutty #belikefern #belikedeckard #standwithred


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Tomorrow night we launch Unsettling the Word, a collection of engagements with the Bible by writers, theologians and activists from a variety of backgrounds and traditions, each one wrestling with Christianity's colonial legacy.
7pm at Marpeck Commons (2299 Grant Ave). I'll also be selling prints of the 11 linocut illustrations that appear throughout the book, with all proceeds going to support the Coast Protectors resistance to the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Seeya there.

#bookillustration #booklaunch #design #bookdesign #illustration #coverdesign #decolonize #nopipelines


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Water is Life

Remember your roots.
#ResistTheGrid
#WaterProtectors
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APPEL À L'ACTION

La demande d'injonction de Moreau sera plaidée en l'absence de participant.es du Camp de la Rivière. Le ministre peut mettre n’importe quoi dans le dossier, et le juge n’a pas les moyens de vérifier la véracité de la « preuve » amenée. Le ministre pourrait par exemple évoquer la coupe à blanc de Junex en la mettant sur nous et ça justifierait le caractère urgent de sa demande d’expulsion.

Nous demandons à la population de joindre sa voix à la nôtre, pour :
- demander au ministre de retirer sa demande d’injonction;
- s’enquérir du lieu, de la date e de l’heure à laquelle sera plaidée cette requête, ainsi que le numéro de dossier de Cour dans l’affaire.
Le numéro de Catherine Poulin, son attachée de presse : 581.305.4282
Le numéro du Cabinet du ministre Moreau, à Québec : 418.643.7295
Le numéro du Cabinet du ministre Moreau, à Montréal : 514.864.7222
Le numéro du bureau de comté de Pierre Moreau : 450.699.4136

Camp de la rivière - Galt-Junex // Support needed in Gaspé (Gespeg). The 'Camp de la Rivière' been up 9 months and still blocking the Junex/Galt oil project today. They are now facing eviction because of the fake accusations of the Moreau Minister. The camp is in fact legal. Support them via the Facebook page of 'Camp de la rivière - Galt-Junex' or by sending a message to the Minister at pierre.moreau-chat @ assnat. qc .ca/ 450-699-4136 . Thank you #Junexit #pipeline #fracturation #nopipelines #pipelines #oil #gas #stopoil #gaspe #gespeg #gaspesie #nature #protect #water #waterislife


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THANK YOU from Nutty! “As fern begins her time above this road, I’m thinking back over the last 56 days. I continue to be blown away by the support so many have given to this action.
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Thank you. Thank you all.
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Thank you to everyone who rallied way back on March 28th, and to everyone who gathered on May 20th to denounce the USFS's actions.
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Thank you for all the yelling across the closure and all the steep hikes.
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Thank you to everyone who came from nearby lands threatened or already ravaged by this pipeline, and thank you to everyone who made the journey or reached out from hundreds or thousands of miles away.
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Thank you to my friends who lived beside me for weeks in the woods, and to all who dedicated days and weeks at the support camp without ever having met me before I climbed up a monopod.
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Thank you to everyone who typed up my messy handwriting so my messages could go out to you all.
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Thank you to the four-year-old who shouted, incredibly loudly, “stay strong!” from across the police tape - I think I’ll always remember that one.
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I know to them, that words will not matter, that my gratitude is something I cannot adequately express. But thank you to the trees and plants and shrubs and sun and birds and insects and rainstorms and this whole breathtaking, life-giving mountain. I will keep fighting for you.
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Thank you all for the words and prayers and songs and music. You have all shown me again and again how much this struggle matters to so many. I can't stay up here forever, but together we can keep finding ways to hold onto this fire.
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I can only expect things to get harder. But as I look back over eight weeks of resistance here, three months on this mountain, so many more of organizing and preparation, I keep remembering how when I started this, I had no ideas that lasting this long was possible. That this entire experience, with all its difficultly and pain and learning and joy, was even in the realm of possibilities.
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I wonder, as resistance continues unabated into spring, what possibilities are germinating even now. -Nutty”
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#noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #belikenutty #belikefern #appalachiantrail
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The fight against climate destroying fossil fuels continues. Jordan Cove has filed a new application for the fracked gas terminal. #nolng #southernoregon #climatechange #nolngexports #nopipelines #jordancove


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#ruralresistance in Giles County, VA — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside” Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance #queerappalachia #electricdirt


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#Repost @appalachiansagainstpipelines with @get_repost
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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Making leather Wrist bands. WORK IN PROGRESS :)
MAY 23 at 2pm IS SCHOOL WALKOUT... Im ALSO going to pickup my lil girl from Elementary for the walkout. And gather with all downtown.
#waterislife #indigenousmedicines #indigenous #indigenousyouth #WALKOUT #FUCKNOTLEY #fucktrudeau
#love #truth #ourfuture #nopipelines #NoDAPL #noLNG #NOKinderMorgan #westcoast


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“Freedom lies in being bold” 🌊🌺☀️ #turtlebay #banzaipipeline #nopipelines #beach #holiday #metime #summer


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Eft (juvenile) newt in the Hellbender Autonomous Zone! #noMVP #nopipelines #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #optoutside


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🔥THE 🔥 FIRE 🔥 IS 🔥CATCHING 🔥 Solidarity with our friends and comrades resisting the MVP!
#Repost @appalachiansagainstpipelines with @get_repost
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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Regrann from @appalachiansagainstpipelines - Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️ #Repost @appalachiansagainstpipelines ・・・
Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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#Repost @appalachiansagainstpipelines with @get_repost
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Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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MarinerEast is highly explosive natural gas liquids 4 feet below where children innocently play ball. Time to take a stand for public safety, property rights & our environment. Time for #renewableenergy and #peopleoverprofits
Engage and Educate. Link in bio. #noME2 #makeadifference #chesco #chestercounty #corporategreed #beyondgas #trending #pennsylvania #nomorepipelines #resistmarinereast #frackoff #oneearth #photooftheday #challenge #defendwhatyoulove #standtogether #bethechange #mniwiconi #plasticpollutes #greenenergy #climatechange #beinconvenient #stopETP #divest #waterislife #nopipelines #peopleoverpipelines #resist


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Donate: bit.ly/supportmvpresistance
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[Giles County, VA] — Early Monday morning, pipeline protesters in the Jefferson National Forest erected a new aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road near Narrows, VA. The blockade consists of a protester on a platform 30 feet in the air, suspended from a horizontal rope tied to surrounding trees. Banners at the site read "WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?" and "STILL HERE." Pocahontas Road is a Forest Service road and Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) access road that leads to the construction site for MVP's intended boring through Peter's Mountain, under the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The presence of this roadblock prevents MVP's continued construction of the access road and boring site, which has already been significantly delayed for well over 50 days by the presence of protester Nutty in an aerial blockade on the same road less than 3 miles away.
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"I am taking a stand on Peters Mountain to prevent the further devastation of these lands by the Mountain Valley Pipeline," said Fern MacDougal, the protester suspended in the new blockade. "Cutting through delicate karst topography and 300 miles of contiguous forest and family farms seized by eminent domain, MVP threatens to damage the health and wellbeing of poor and oppressed communities along the pipeline route by threatening the air, soil, and water. This pipeline will catalyze the growth and expansion of gas extraction across Appalachia, an industry which has already caused permanent harm to many communities. We are dedicated to resisting this reckless endangerment of the land and people as long as MVP continues to operate." MacDougal further stated that she was inspired to take this action by monopod sitter Nutty and by David Buckel, an LGBTQ rights lawyer who died in April after setting himself on fire as a protest against the use of fossil fuels.
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Find more updates on our Facebook. #noMVP #nopipelines #noACP #standwithred #belikenutty #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #resist #optoutside


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Hold the phone. Do you see this? Do you see this?? This kind of event is not acceptable @OneColorado, not acceptable @tracksdenver Denver, not acceptable at ALL. (And it's the "3rd annual??" This has been ongoing??!!) Queer liberation demands that we be in solidarity with poor & indgenous Coloradans that experience environmental racism at the hands of the oil & fracking industries. We don't think queers should host parties for or lick the boots of rich oil tycoons.

To hell with this event! (303) 863-7326

https://www.facebook.com/events/184270055628279/?ti=cl

#queerliberationnotrainbowcapitalism #nofrackingway #nopipelines #protectearth #waterislife


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Photos from today’s rally in Roanoke at the US Forest Service office. #noMVP #belikenutty #nopipelines #appalachiantrail #appalachiantrail2018 #optoutside


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Daycare is forced to offer discounts & will move locations this fall thanks to Mariner East. Kids play outdoors feet from tall grass attracting ticks, standing water attracting mosquitoes, air pollution, noise pollution & an active highly explosive pipeline.
Engage and Educate. Link in bio. #noME2 #makeadifference #chesco #chestercounty #corporategreed #beyondgas #trending #pennsylvania #peopleoverprofit #nomorepipelines #resistmarinereast #frackoff #oneearth #photooftheday #challenge #defendwhatyoulove #standtogether #bethechange #mniwiconi #plasticpollutes #greenenergy #renewableenergy #climatechange #beinconvenient #stopETP #divest #waterislife #nopipelines #peopleoverpipelines #resist


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Two important things to do this summer in NoLa
1: Enjoy eating our amazing fresh crawfish. 2: Fight the #bayoubridgepipeline so we can keep enjoying our fresh Louisiana crawfish for years to come::::::::: #nobayoubridgepipeline #waterislife #nola #neworleans #nopipelines #followyournola #showmeyournola #louisiana #crawfish #swamptour #iheartnola #iheartlouisiana #visitneworleans #atchafalayabasin #protect #localbusiness #supportlocal


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November 19th 2016, my 26th birthday, the day I discovered a passion and confidence in my involvement with the protection of the West Coast ecosystems. I'd never been sure in what ways I could contribute to such a powerful and unyielding movement, how to partake without taking up space from others, how to show where my allegiance stands. The answer came to me almost two years ago:
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Capture powerful moments. Take photos that show the people as they want to be seen: powerful, united, unrelenting in their defence of the earth. A reflection for each individual that partakes, and for our society as a whole.
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This is a reminder to me, that I've not spent enough time in the work that truly fills my heart, in the work that holds my community up and shines a light on those giving spirit and body to protect this land.


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From the monopod: There’s wildness in us, too.
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It’s not just the owls and the squirrels and the spring peepers, the rushing creeks and rocky mountaintops.
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As I try to defend the wild, I’m not defending something that excludes humanity; humanity has created that separation, and built a whole world around enforcing it.
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I’ve watched the kids who have come up here run and jump around the ridged, slanty terrain of the support camp, heard the shouts and joyous yells as they've played with sticks and earth and each other. They've been whittling sticks and learning to identify the trees. Every time children come, I can’t express across the hundred and twenty five foot closure separating us how glad I am to see them. There’s only so much I can say by shouting.
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I wish I knew a way to say: don’t let that wildness die or shrink inside you. Don’t let your revelry be compartmentalized, your energy corrupted to serve those that would tame and control you.
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Don’t let school take your wildness from you. Not that I am against learning or curiosity or critique — all are so important — but institutionalized education’s routines of obedience and competition translate so seamlessly to a frustrated life of trying to survive the pursuit of the next capitalist job.
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Capitalism does not deserve your life.
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The economy that violently extracts from people and from the land does not deserve anyone's life.
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So much tries to make us into obedient subjects. Even as I write these words, I wonder how much my own thinking and analysis has been unconsciously shaped by the structures of domination I want to destroy.
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We walk across stolen land, in a terrain of social control preserved as much by the ballot and the surveillance camera as by the bullet, as much by the university as by the supermax prison. Assaults on the wild encompass the flattening of mountains, the draining of swamps, the attempted erasure of indigenous life ways and the policing of the gender binary.
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We are alienated, separated, atomized, made to govern ourselves and enlisted in each other’s exploitation.
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Read the rest of Nutty’s post on our Facebook: bit.ly/nuttyforthewild
#noMVP #nopipelines #belikenutty


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
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This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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#StandWithUnionHill #Boycott #RiverrockRVA #DominionRiverrock .
Dominion Energy is planning to build a massive fracked gas compressor station to service the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Virginia. Compressor stations are major industrial facilities and pose serious health risks to the surrounding community, accountable for leaks, explosions and deaths. They run constantly, release toxic emissions such as methane, nitrogen dioxides, particulate matter, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air.
.
Dominion is preparing to build this compressor station on a 68-acre plot in Union Hill, VA. Dominion purchased this land from a company called Variety Shade Landowners of Virginia, Inc. Dominion paid Variety Shade $2.5 million for the property, $37,765 per acre, more than ten times the area’s average price per acre of $3,000. Within a one-mile radius of the site, the population is 85% African American. At least one-third of those residents are the descendants of freedmen who either purchased their freedom before the Civil War or were freed as a result of the war. .
Variety Shade was in fact a plantation, a place where human slavery was practiced. Dominion now seeks to build its only massive fracked gas compressor complex there, in what remains an agricultural district, threatening the health, safety, property rights, and property values of today’s residents, many of whom can trace their lineage back to those who previously labored there as slaves.
.
This is what environmental racism looks like. This is what corporate colonialism looks like. It is violent and must be stopped. Stand with Union Hill and Friends of Buckingham. Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and stop Dominion's racist fracked gas agenda!
Help Union Hill's legal team at friendsofbuckinghamva.org/friends/take-action/donate/
.
Join the River Healers in direct action at virginiariverhealers.com
.
Follow @appalachiansagainstpipelines @3sisterscamp @nopipelines
.
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #DumpDominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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BC is a paradise on earth...if you've never been, you need to come experience it. I was born here and feel fiercely protective of the land, water and wildlife. #waterprotectors #whaleprotectors #nopipelines #beautifulbritishcolumbia


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Dominion Energy exploits our water and communities. #Boycott #RiverrockRVA Don’t let Dominion greenwash the violence of the fracking industry and projects like their Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline would horizontally drill the James River (Richmond’s source of drinking water) and threaten the water sources of over 14 million people. Boycott Riverrock, say no to Dominion’s violence, and spend the weekend supporting communities and groups resisting Dominion’s exploitation. .
Build solidarity this weekend and do the following:
.
Invite your friends to join you and boycott Dominion Energy Riverrock .
Educate your community on the reality of Dominion’s environmental racism and how Dominion is planning to build a Compressor Station in the historic African American Community of Union Hill, VA
.
Sign the Solidarity Pledge for Appalachian Pipeline Resistance
https://goo.gl/forms/4cqd9m2qz75vlHB52
.
Call Virginia Governor Northam Governor of Virginia and tell him to stop work on both the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Demand a stream-by-stream analysis of the pipeline crossings. Tell him you don’t support corporations like Dominion Energy destroying our water security, streams, and rivers and the destruction fracking has on rural communities and our water and air quality . Northam’s Office: 804-786-2211
.
Share updates from the struggle and respond as we can to calls for action that may come up.
.
Go visit Nutty who has been camping in the Jefferson National Forest for 50 days and blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline from destroying the Appalachian Trail, upland streams, and forests. Use your time in the outdoors to support Nutty and those who are protecting our clean water and air. You could even pack in a lunch or medical supplies for the support crew. .
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithUnionHill #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #Greenwashing #DumpDominion #Dominion #DominionEnergy #dominionriverrock #RiverRock #TomFarrell #AaronRuby #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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Dominion Energy exploits our water and communities. #Boycott #RiverrockRVA Don’t let Dominion greenwash the violence of the fracking industry and projects like their Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline would horizontally drill the James River (Richmond’s source of drinking water) and threaten the water sources of over 14 million people. Boycott Riverrock, say no to Dominion’s violence, and spend the weekend supporting communities and groups resisting Dominion’s exploitation. .
Build solidarity this weekend and do the following:
.
Invite your friends to join you and boycott Dominion Energy Riverrock .
Educate your community on the reality of Dominion’s environmental racism and how Dominion is planning to build a Compressor Station in the historic African American Community of Union Hill, VA
.
Sign the Solidarity Pledge for Appalachian Pipeline Resistance
https://goo.gl/forms/4cqd9m2qz75vlHB52
.
Call Virginia Governor Northam Governor of Virginia and tell him to stop work on both the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Demand a stream-by-stream analysis of the pipeline crossings. Tell him you don’t support corporations like Dominion Energy destroying our water security, streams, and rivers and the destruction fracking has on rural communities and our water and air quality . Northam’s Office: 804-786-2211
.
Share updates from the struggle and respond as we can to calls for action that may come up.
.
Go visit Nutty who has been camping in the Jefferson National Forest for 50 days and blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline from destroying the Appalachian Trail, upland streams, and forests. Use your time in the outdoors to support Nutty and those who are protecting our clean water and air. You could even pack in a lunch or medical supplies for the support crew. .
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithUnionHill #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #Greenwashing #DumpDominion #Dominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #TomFarrell #AaronRuby #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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Dominion Energy exploits our water and communities. #Boycott #RiverrockRVA Don’t let Dominion greenwash the violence of the fracking industry and projects like their Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline would horizontally drill the James River (Richmond’s source of drinking water) and threaten the water sources of over 14 million people. Boycott Riverrock, say no to Dominion’s violence, and spend the weekend supporting communities and groups resisting Dominion’s exploitation. .
Build solidarity this weekend and do the following:
.
Invite your friends to join you and boycott Dominion Energy Riverrock .
Educate your community on the reality of Dominion’s environmental racism and how Dominion is planning to build a Compressor Station in the historic African American Community of Union Hill, VA
.
Sign the Solidarity Pledge for Appalachian Pipeline Resistance
https://goo.gl/forms/4cqd9m2qz75vlHB52
.
Call Virginia Governor Northam Governor of Virginia and tell him to stop work on both the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Demand a stream-by-stream analysis of the pipeline crossings. Tell him you don’t support corporations like Dominion Energy destroying our water security, streams, and rivers and the destruction fracking has on rural communities and our water and air quality . Northam’s Office: 804-786-2211
.
Share updates from the struggle and respond as we can to calls for action that may come up.
.
Go visit Nutty who has been camping in the Jefferson National Forest for 50 days and blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline from destroying the Appalachian Trail, upland streams, and forests. Use your time in the outdoors to support Nutty and those who are protecting our clean water and air. You could even pack in a lunch or medical supplies for the support crew. .
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithUnionHill #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #Greenwashing #DumpDominion #Dominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #TomFarrell #AaronRuby #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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Mountain laurel flower buds at the monopod support camp. #noMVP #nopipelines #appalachiantrail #resist #optoutside


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Dominion Energy exploits our water and communities. #Boycott #RiverrockRVA Don’t let Dominion greenwash the violence of the fracking industry and projects like their Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline would horizontally drill the James River (Richmond’s source of drinking water) and threaten the water sources of over 14 million people. Boycott Riverrock, say no to Dominion’s violence, and spend the weekend supporting communities and groups resisting Dominion’s exploitation. .
Build solidarity this weekend and do the following:
.
Invite your friends to join you and boycott Dominion Energy Riverrock .
Educate your community on the reality of Dominion’s environmental racism and how Dominion is planning to build a Compressor Station in the historic African American Community of Union Hill, VA
.
Sign the Solidarity Pledge for Appalachian Pipeline Resistance
https://goo.gl/forms/4cqd9m2qz75vlHB52
.
Call Virginia Governor Northam Governor of Virginia and tell him to stop work on both the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Demand a stream-by-stream analysis of the pipeline crossings. Tell him you don’t support corporations like Dominion Energy destroying our water security, streams, and rivers and the destruction fracking has on rural communities and our water and air quality . Northam’s Office: 804-786-2211
.
Share updates from the struggle and respond as we can to calls for action that may come up.
.
Go visit Nutty who has been camping in the Jefferson National Forest for 50 days and blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline from destroying the Appalachian Trail, upland streams, and forests. Use your time in the outdoors to support Nutty and those who are protecting our clean water and air. You could even pack in a lunch or medical supplies for the support crew. .
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithUnionHill #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #Greenwashing #DumpDominion #Dominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #TomFarrell #AaronRuby #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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Dominion Energy exploits our water and communities. #Boycott #RiverrockRVA Don’t let Dominion greenwash the violence of the fracking industry and projects like their Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline would horizontally drill the James River (Richmond’s source of drinking water) and threaten the water sources of over 14 million people. Boycott Riverrock, say no to Dominion’s violence, and spend the weekend supporting communities and groups resisting Dominion’s exploitation. .
Build solidarity this weekend and do the following:
.
Invite your friends to join you and boycott Dominion Energy Riverrock .
Educate your community on the reality of Dominion’s environmental racism and how Dominion is planning to build a Compressor Station in the historic African American Community of Union Hill, VA
.
Sign the Solidarity Pledge for Appalachian Pipeline Resistance
https://goo.gl/forms/4cqd9m2qz75vlHB52
.
Call Virginia Governor Northam Governor of Virginia and tell him to stop work on both the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Demand a stream-by-stream analysis of the pipeline crossings. Tell him you don’t support corporations like Dominion Energy destroying our water security, streams, and rivers and the destruction fracking has on rural communities and our water and air quality . Northam’s Office: 804-786-2211
.
Share updates from the struggle and respond as we can to calls for action that may come up.
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Go visit Nutty who has been camping in the Jefferson National Forest for 50 days and blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline from destroying the Appalachian Trail, upland streams, and forests. Use your time in the outdoors to support Nutty and those who are protecting our clean water and air. You could even pack in a lunch or medical supplies for the support crew. .
#NoACP #NoMVP #StandWithUnionHill #StandWithRed #BeLikeNutty #StandWithLittleTeel #DigItUp #NoCoalAsh #NoPipelines #Greenwashing #DumpDominion #Dominion #DominionEnergy #RiverRock #TomFarrell #AaronRuby #Virginia #RVA #JamesRiver #vah2osolidarity #VirginiaRiverHealers #wewillwin


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