From WMRA’s coverage of the event which took place on Monday, June 6, 2016:
Activists who helped bring an end to the Keystone XL pipeline from crossing Nebraska have come to Virginia to help local landowners do the same with Dominion’s Atlantic Coast pipeline. The alliance is staging six protests across Virginia and West Virginia, planting sacred corn along the route of the proposed pipeline. WMRA’s Jessie Knadler attended one event in Stuarts Draft to learn more about these “seeds of resistance.”
Jessie Knadler’s story is here: Planting Seeds of Resistance to Pipeline
Mike Tripp created this video about the event for Staunton’s News Leader; Laura Peters wrote the accompanying story:
For video and story by Mike Tripp and Laura Peters for Staunton’s News Leader, click on the image above taken from the video.
CAAV founder Cathy Strickler and her husband Charlie, both current CAAV steering committee members, attended the Seeds of Resistance ceremonies held in Stuarts Draft and Wingina, Virginia, on Monday, June 6. Cathy shared the photos on this page.