Protect brown bears from a toxic, open-pit mine.

Bears

Brown bears are now converging on the pristine rivers, streams, and wetlands of Bristol Bay, Alaska to feed on sockeye salmon in preparation for a long winter of hibernation.

But unless we act now, that magnificent wilderness and its abundant fish and wildlife could be devastated by one of the largest open-pit gold and copper mines in North America. If the Pebble Mine project moves forward, massive open-pit mining and more than 80 miles of roads and 160 miles of pipelines will transform untouched habitat into an industrial wasteland, destroying and polluting at least 2,300 acres of wetlands and more than 105 miles of streams with mining waste.

Don’t let toxic mining harm Alaska’s brown bears: Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and EPA to stop Pebble Mine.

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