Atlantic Coast Pipeline Group 2

We are Visual and Communication Art students at Eastern Mennonite University who love and pursue photography. The three of us have been involved in the Conservation Photography course at EMU. During this course, our group has been raising awareness about the impact of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline being proposed by the power company Dominion. In addition to many other field trips and adventures, we have been able to volunteer at the Nature’s Best Photography awards, hike the Georgia Camp Trail on Shenandoah Mountain, and visit a private land owner’s farm during this course.

Eastern Mennonite University Conservation Photography student volunteers

A proposed $5 billion pipeline that would deliver natural gas to the Southeast is finding pockets of opposition along its planned path in West Virginia and Virginia, where it would carve through two national forests…”

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“The 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline is also seeing resistance in remote high-elevation sections of Virginia amid concerns it would traverse an environmentally sensitive landscape. Some landowners also object to plans for the pipeline to dissect their property.” -News Leader



Jonathan Bush is a Junior at EMU with a Photography and Digital Media major and a minor in Computer Science. He is from Pottstown, PA and is interested in pursuing a career in photography.

EMU Conservation Photography students practice underwater techniques

Malika Davis is a senior at EMU with Photography, Digital Media, and Communication triple major and a minor in journalism. She is from Richmond, VA and hopes to pursue nature photography in her future.

EMU Conservation Photography students practice Meet Your Neighbours field techniques in the George Washington National Forest, Virginia

Emma King is a northwest Ohio native pursuing a Digital Media and Communications degree at EMU. Emma is scheduled to graduate in August 2015 and is hoping to work in the conservation photography field, design, or film. Job offers are welcome.

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