Petition to the Virginia DEQ and Water Control Board!

Urgent (Oct 17): Sign our petition to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to Stop MVP. Here's the link:

Politicians react to FERC pipeline certifications

U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine used the phrase “very suspicious circumstances” Monday to describe how a federal agency announced it had approved two deeply controversial natural gas pipelines that will burrow through different regions of Virginia.

Statement on Order Issuing Certificates and Granting Abandonment Authority

Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur Statement: For the reasons set forth herein, I cannot conclude that either of these projects as proposed is in the public interest, and thus, I respectfully dissent.

Is it time for our Virginia Government to Stop MVP?

Preserve Craig’s booth launched a new petition drive and an expanded fundraising campaign at the Craig County Fall Festival. Almost 200 stopped by and signed a new petition that will be submitted to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.

Virginia DEQ needs to hear from you about MVP

FERC is holding its first meeting since re-establishing a quorum with the Trump appointments.

PRESERVE CRAIG, Inc.

PRESERVE CRAIG, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation formed in 1991. With the support of more than 80% of Craig County households, Preserve Craig was instrumental in preventing AEP from putting a major power line through Craig County.

Craig Co BeautyPreserve Craig’s nonprofit purpose is to:
  • preserve and protect natural, historical, and cultural resources
  • conduct research and compile and publish information concerning natural, historical, and cultural resources
  • conduct public education programs

Those of us lucky enough to make Craig County our home feel truly blessed by all that life here has to offer and Preserve Craig is committed to sustaining the quality of life we value.

Preserve Craig's current focus is to oppose the 42” gas pipelines being proposed in Craig County. We are collecting and distributing scientific, environmental and economic data, holding educational meetings, working with government representatives and other groups, including the US Forest Service and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as to why it should not be approved. Please join us in this important work to save this special place for future generations.

Recent Updates

West Virginia DEP Withdraws MVP Permit
 

West Virginia DEP Withdraws MVP Permit

West Virginia DEP cancelled the certification they had previously issued for the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) to cross over 600 streams and rivers.
Craig County water supply is at risk
 

Craig County water supply is at risk

Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) is on the verge of being given the right to eminent domain to take private property from law-abiding citizens.
Sustaining the Quality of Life We Value
 

Sustaining the Quality of Life We Value

We are making progress with efforts to stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline! Thorough scientific and policy evidence continues to be submitted to these agencies that shows this project should not be permitted.
Protect our precious water resources
 

Protect our precious water resources

There are only a few days left to speak up about our valuable water resources — streams, springs, creeks and wells and help stop the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP).
Preserve Craig: Sustaining the Quality of Life We Value
 

Preserve Craig: Sustaining the Quality of Life We Value

There are several Federal and State agencies that must approve the MVP before it can project to take private land and harm this region. Serious opposition to this project is being pursued with each of these agencies.
Letter to the Editor: Preserve Craig
 

Letter to the Editor: Preserve Craig

In 2015 hundreds of Craig County citizens participated in numerous public meetings about the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

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Petition to the Virginia DEQ and Water Control Board

Important: Please sign this and share with everyone. All Virginians should care about our water quality and requiring the DEQ to protect our water ... See more

To the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and Water Control Board: • Whereas it is now the responsibility of the Commonwealth of Virginia to protect our property rights, Constitutional ... See more

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