Possum Point Power Station, Dumfries, VA. Wednesday, June 5th, 2019, 3pm.  A private group of mostly Dominion Energy executives and elected officials surrounded Governor Northam above a coal ash waste site at the Possum Point Station and watched as he ceremonially sign...

December 8, 2018

On November 16, 2018 the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Dominion Energy compiled a demographic and income profile for the area of Union Hill in Buckingham County, VA. The report came after the Virginia Air Pollution Board delayed an important vote on the air pollution per...

June 22, 2018

Richmond, VA. Thursday June 21st, 2018. 9am.  A 10’ x 35’ banner was hung on the front of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality central offices in the Bank of America Building, downtown Richmond, Virginia. The banner read DEQ, 20 Violations. 0 Fines? Do your...

June 20, 2018

Richmond, VA. Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 at 11am. Citizens and members of various water protection groups such as Virginia River Healers, Virginia Pipeline Resisters, POWHR and RAPTORS marched from the State Capitol to the Department of Environmental Quality and delive...

November 7, 2017

Virginia, November 6th- Over 35 candidates have taken the Virginia Water Security Pledge. These candidates stand united in stopping pipelines, fracking, offshore drilling, and coal ash from threatening our rivers and water.

The Virginia Water Security Pledge started wit...

November 7, 2017

Virginia, November 6th- During the 2017 primaries the Virginia River Healers asked Justin Fairfax, Virginia Lieutenant Governor Candidate his stance on major pipeline projects, fracking, offshore drilling, and coal ash. Fairfax responded to our call and clearly opposed...

September 29, 2017

Virginia, September 29thBig day for water protector alliances and coal ash!

Sheila Bynum-Coleman, District 62 Democratic Candidate joined delegate candidates, HD 2 Jennifer Carroll Foy (Possum Point coal ash landfill), HD 65 Francis Stevens for Delegate(Bremo Station...

September 11, 2017

Richmond, VA - The Virginia Water Solidarity Banner was lifted over the James River on Friday evening by over 40 water protectors. The banner drop was organized to support kayakers and paddlers that have been journeying down the James River since Monday. The paddlers w...

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