The new year is weeks away and ABRA is ready to meet the challenges of 2021:
- We are poised to review the soon-to-be-released restoration plans for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route and to monitor closely the implementation of those plans to assure they are completed satisfactorily.
- We continue to provide technical assistance to member and allied organizations fighting the unneeded Mountain Valley Pipeline.
- The new ABRA Conservation Hub program, including a first-in-the-nation National Forest Mapping Project, is progressing in its development and should be fully operational in early 2021.
- ABRA’s vital network of conservation organizations in Virginia and West Virginia remains ready and vigilant to any threats to promoting and protecting the environmental integrity of the Central Appalachian Highlands.
This important work needs your financial support to assure its success. Please help by contributing to the Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance – by check or on-line – as follows:
By check: Allegheny-Blue Ridge Alliance, PO Box 95, Monterey, VA 24465
By PayPal: Click here. (Note: PayPal contributions are subject to a handling fee, paid by ABRA, thus reducing the amount of the contribution that is received.)
Giving Tuesday May Be Over, But Contributions to ABRA Are Still Timely