From Jon Sokolow:
Virginia Tech Professor chains herself to equipment in Giles County to fight the pipelines. Demands DEQ stop hiding information from the State Water Control Board.
And from Appalachians Against Pipelines:
This is happening right now outside Blacksburg at an MVP construction site! We are asking folks to come out and support. Over 20 people are already gathering — come join them and show MVP that we won’t back down!
Directions to the location:
Mt Tabor Rd (624) near Blacksburg, VA – head north
Turn left on Preston Forest Rd (806)
At the top of the residental area is a Forest Service gate and pull off area, walk past the gate (foot traffic only) a half mile.