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Default Pebble Mine is Not Off The Radar;

Let's see if this can be on the forum without a battle please. Just because we closed the Pebble Mine thread does not mean the threat went away. Please use the contact information to make your comment on the issue to the people who will decide the future of Bristol Bay Alaska.

If you would like to comment to the EPA regarding the Pebble Project, you can do so here; smith.judy@epa.gov

Ms. Smith is listed as 'Point of Contact' for public comments regarding the EPA assessment report.

This is the Report; http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncea/bristolbay...fm?deid=242810

This is the TU web site; Action Center | Take Action | Trout Unlimited

Please read this; if you would take the time to contact either link, EPA or TU, your comments will be helpful.

If you support the idea of Pebble Mine and want a mine out there then please direct your comments to Northern Dynasty Mining Inc. Not on this thread, period.

If you feel that you are discriminated against or somehow disenfranchised on the Fly Fishing Forum here is a web link for a Mining & Prospecting Forum; Geology and Ore Deposits - ICMJ's Mining Journal Forums

Thank to all who will make their voices heard on this issue, e-mail Ms. Smith now!
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Default Re: Pebble Mine is Not Off The Radar;

This site Pebble Partnership also provides information about the mine.
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Default Re: Pebble Mine is Not Off The Radar;

No problem, I didn't realize how popular this feature was.....

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Pebble Project loses it's biggest backer: Anglo American pulls out of proposed Pebble mine | State News | ADN.com
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Default Re: Pebble Mine is Not Off The Radar;

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This site Pebble Partnership also provides information about the mine.
They forgot the main reason that partnership exists for those smart Canadians, eh?
They know that country to the south of them is for sale cheap and they know there's gold in them thar hills!
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