New Proposed Pipeline Route

Proposed Dominion pipeline route revised

In response to concerns expressed by the Forest Service, Dominion has changed the proposed route of its planned natural gas pipeline, the Southeast Reliability Project. In the greater Augusta County area, the new route would pass through more populated areas. Formerly, the route under consideration crossed the southern part of Augusta County, through largely rural areas. The new route has … [Read more...]

Let Dominion Know How You Feel about their Pipeline Idea

Photo: chesapeakeclimate/Flickr.

At this point, what's the best thing you can do to help stop this dangerous pipeline? Before it can be built, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must approve Dominion's proposal for what they are calling the Southeastern Reliability Project. Dominion has not yet filed their application. Once they do, FERC will begin taking public comment. However, experts say that citizen comments have a … [Read more...]

Augusta County Meeting on Dominion Pipeline June 25

Pipeline Meeting poster

What does Dominion Power's proposed gas pipeline, the "Southeast Reliability Project," which is slated to cut a swath across Virginia, including a strip of southern Augusta County, mean for your home or farm, your property value, tourism, business, and the health of our local soil and water? What are the safety implications? The cost to business? If the pipeline is installed, what would it mean … [Read more...]

Art Opening June 27: #EnergyReality

Energy Reality art kit

June 27, 5-9pm: P.E.A.K. Energy-Reality art opening, a partnership installation between the Post Carbon Institute and Transition Staunton (among many other groups in a nationwide collaboration). P.E.A.K. (Public Energy Art Kit) Energy-Reality is a large-format printed compendium of 14 posters that addresses the challenge of tackling climate change, energy inequality, and fossil fuel dependency in … [Read more...]

Film Showing on Urban Agriculture June 19

Growing Cities film showing poster

June 19th Film Showing at VSDB: Growing Cities, a documentary film about Urban Farming Transition Staunton has partnered with the Allegheny Mountain School and the new VSDB Educational Farm at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind to offer a free film showing of Growing Cities, an exciting documentary about the explosion in urban farming across America. (See the trailer.) Join us at … [Read more...]