The last of three environmentalist protest camps in West Texas is now closed. As of early August, Camp Toyahvale has shut down its Facebook page:
Camp Toyahvale was one of three camps in West Texas that formed in late 2016 to protest the now-operational Trans-Pecos pipeline. The other camps shut down in early 2017 around the time the pipeline was certified for operation, while Camp Toyahvale remained to protest other oil and gas development in the region.
Two Rivers Camp notoriously shut down shortly after it was revealed that one of their camp leaders was a fugitive registered sex offender wanted in California for a parole violation after serving prison for rape, sex with a minor, selling drugs, and assault with a deadly weapon. Camp Trail Deer, run by prominent Texas environmentalist Louis Moncivias Gutierrez shut down shortly before Two Rivers Camp, as Gutierrez began focusing on blogging about anti-pipeline activities in Texas, Mexico, North Dakota, and Virginia, as well as discussing his past as a part of a criminal smuggling network that smuggled illegal immigrants across the border.