A sunnier view for Atlantic Coast Pipeline opponents — but will it last?

By ENN Contributor WRITTEN BYElizabeth McGowan
Much to the relief of Lynn and Bill Limpert, the nearly 300-year-old sugar maple on their property in rural Virginia hasn’t yet been cut or compromised to clear a right-of-way for construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
That the gargantuan tree has been spared is encouraging for a couple so deeply immersed in preserving their 120-acre..
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