Stop the Plan to Cut a Fracked Gas Pipeline through the George Washington National Forest.
  • Petitioning Sen. Tim Kaine

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Sen. Tim Kaine
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Sen. Mark Warner
Virginia
Gov. Terry McAuliffe

Stop the Plan to Cut a Fracked Gas Pipeline through the George Washington National Forest.

    1. Petition by

      Wild Virginia

Proposed Pipeline Threatens Virginia’s George Washington National Forest (GWNF) and Local Communities. 

Sign here to say "NO!" to this destructive pipeline through the GWNF. 

And if you haven't already, please sign the letter to ban fracking in the GWNF under the new Forest Management Plan (twice postponed but due out any day).

 

http://www.change.org/petitions/secretary-of-agriculture-don-t-allow-fracking-in-the-george-washington-national-forest

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    • Bonnie Powell STAUNTON, VA
      • 5 days ago

      The proposed pipeline will go through our farm in Stuarts Draft.

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    • Michael Nothstein SWOOPE, VA
      • 7 days ago

      I see no justification here to strip-mine a 100 or 225 foot trench through our state. Karst geology in Augusta county is an additional danger.

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    • Stephanie Morris ELKTON, VA
      • 8 days ago

      we have to stop ravaging our national forests and sensitive areas, as well as stealing private citizens property for short termed corporate profits. Quiet this frenzy, think sanely about where we need to turn our attention to for long term energy investment efforts

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    • Jessica Bowen WINCHESTER, VA
      • 9 days ago

      We can't sacrifice something so irreplaceable as our national forests for fuel that is not the ultimate solution to our energy needs. Renewable energy is the future, and the future is nearly upon us.

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    • Casey Harris SWOOPE, VA
      • 10 days ago

      Against, against, against.

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