IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED! | BREAKING NEWS PEBBLE MINE BRISTOL BAY, ALASKAPlease take a moment of your time to read and take action. It only takes 2-minutes of your time to do a great thing for Wild Salmon and Wild Places.
This just in: EPA’s final assessment of the potential impacts of large-scale mining development on Bristol Bay fisheries and wildlife and on Alaska Native culture of the region. The assessment clearly shows absolute harm to salmon and fishing jobs from such a large-scale mining operation.
SPORTSMAN ALLIANCE FOR ALASKA PRESS RELEASE
Mining Could Devastate Alaska’s Bristol Bay Salmon Washington Post
"JUNEAU, Alaska — A government report indicates a large-scale copper and gold mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region could have devastating effects on the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery and adversely affect Alaska Natives, whose culture is built around salmon."
Letter to the EPA sent by sporting groups and businesses opposed to mining operations in the southwest Alaska region: + For more information on the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska visit:
ACTION ALERT – TU AK
Trout Unlimited Alaska is asking all concerned persons to please send an email APAP thanking EPA for the strong science and urging the agency to use its Clean Water Act 404(c) authority to stop the Pebble mine. Please take action and help save one of the largest wild salmon fisheries on the planet.