Friends of Shenandoah Mountain (FSM), a long-time ABRA member, has proposed that a 90,000-acre tract of the George Washington National Forest be designated by Congress as a National Scenic Area. FSM has just created a virtual tour of the proposed Scenic Area site.
ABRA conducted an in depth briefing and tour of sites along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route for Board members of the West Virginia Highlands Conservancy (WVHC). The October 19 tour occurred in western Pocahontas County and adjoining Randolph County, West Virginia.
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Five members of the West Virginia House of Delegates on July 16 toured construction sites along the Mountain Valley Pipeline route in Summers County, WV, near where the pipeline would cross the Greenbrier River. The tour, which was hosted by the West Virginia Rivers Coalition,
ABRA conducted a tour for representatives of the media on April 27 of sites along the route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Highland and Bath Counties, Virginia. Left, above, CSI Committee Chair Rick Webb (r) discusses with Mike Soraghan of E&E News how and where the ACP would cross the Jackson River in northern Bath County.
- – The Recorder – 5/3/18
- – WBOY News – 4/11/18
- – Augusta Free Press – 3/29/17