Fred and Bonnie Powell stand on their Augusta County, Va. farmland that lies on the proposed route of the 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline from West Virginia to eastern North Carolina on Nov. 1, 2014. The Powells are not allowing Dominion Resources to survey for the right-of-way. “We’re not against pipelines but the location for this is terrible,” said Fred Powell.
Fred and Bonnie Powell stand on their Augusta County, Va. farmland that lies on the proposed route of the 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline from West Virginia to eastern North Carolina on Nov. 1, 2014. The Powells are not allowing Dominion Resources to survey for the right-of-way. “We’re not against pipelines but the location for this is terrible,” said Fred Powell. McClatchy
Fred and Bonnie Powell stand on their Augusta County, Va. farmland that lies on the proposed route of the 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline from West Virginia to eastern North Carolina on Nov. 1, 2014. The Powells are not allowing Dominion Resources to survey for the right-of-way. “We’re not against pipelines but the location for this is terrible,” said Fred Powell. McClatchy

Appalachia gathers dissent to gas pipeline bound for eastern N.C.

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