Stand up for People, Parks and Wildlife of Alaska's Bristol Bay: Stop Pebble Mine!

Spawning sockeye salmon near Lake Iliamna, Alaska
Pebble Mine threatens wild salmon, as well as people and wildlife that depend on them. Photo courtesy of Michelle Ravenmoon.

Pebble Mine, a massive industrial mining project proposed in the watershed of Bristol Bay, Alaska and very near Katmai and Lake Clark National Parks and Preserves, is a major threat to not only the parks, but to nearby communities, Alaska brown bears, and the world's largest wild sockeye salmon run. If toxics from the mine enter local waters, it would likely decimate the salmon populations and jeopardize Alaska's fishing and tourism industries.

And yet, the administration is pushing this project forward despite these threats.

Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to halt its plans to permit Pebble Mine and protect the people, national parks and wildlife of Alaska's Bristol Bay!

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Comment on POA-2017-271 Draft Environmental Impact Statement

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