Alaskans to elected decision makers: proposed Bristol Bay protections have never been more important

The need to uphold EPA’s work and the proposed determination have never been more evident. Pebble’s review process has failed us, leaving Alaskans who depend on the Bristol Bay fishery for our culture and livelihood at risk. To remove long-sought protections without even consulting the Tribes or communities jeopardized by this action would be unacceptable and a grave loss for the culture and economy of Alaska and the nation.

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Anchorage Superior Court Judge upholds right of fishermen, residents to protect Bristol Bay

Today, the Anchorage Superior Court dismissed the Pebble-funded lawsuit trying to silence fishermen and Bristol Bay residents opposing Pebble’s toxic mine plan. The Judge found the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association had the right to not only promote Bristol Bay wild salmon on the world markets, but to take steps necessary to protect that the integrity of that brand.

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UTBB releases new videos on Pebble's DEIS

UTBB has produced two videos to help explain and navigate Pebble's Draft Environmental Impact Statement review and permitting process.Smokehouse Chat #9 focuses on the Draft EIS and the current comment period, including how your voice can make a difference in stopping Pebble.Special presentation by technical expert Dave Chambers talks about the details of Pebble's plan and the draft EIS.

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