There are several ways to participate:
Submit Letters to the Editor of your local newspaper demanding DEQ protect our water and endangered species from the MVP. Here's a letter
, written by Mothers Out Front leader Beth Kreydatus, that was published recently (link to text of letter
if you get a paywall).
Action 2: Organize a Whistle-blowing event to let everyone across Virginia know that the DEQ hasn't been doing their job! Here's the link to join the campaign. Link to where DEQ offices are located or just go to your nearest stream or even your front yard. Everyone can participate in blowing the whistle on the DEQ!
Action 4: Plan to attend the State Water Control Board meeting in Richmond on September 28 or help find people who can. The DEQ is holding water permit hearings in SWVA on that day and people are needed to read statements to the board on behalf of those who can't be in two places at the same time!