Protect Brown Bears from a Toxic, Open-Pit Mine
Bristol Bay is a wildlife paradise. Along with brown bears, the bay’s watershed provides habitat for more than 190 species of birds, 40 species of terrestrial mammals, and 29 species of fish. Bristol Bay also supports the most valuable wild sockeye salmon fishery in the world.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to protect Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed from the impacts of constructing a large mine and the disposal of toxic waste from mining the Pebble copper, gold and molybdenum deposit. They need to hear support from people like you for protecting the Bristol Bay watershed and stopping Pebble Mine!
Please tell the Environmental Protection Agency to protect the thriving Bristol Bay watershed and stop Pebble Mine.
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