Tell the EPA and Alaska's Leaders:
Protect Bristol Bay Salmon - Do Not Support the Pebble Mine

We need your help now, more than ever. It was just announced that President Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt struck a backroom deal with a foreign mining company that wants to build the Pebble Mine at the headwaters of the world's last great wild sockeye-salmon fishery. This announcement will remove proposed protections for Bristol Bay, Alaska that we have worked so hard to achieve over the past decade.

The Bristol Bay fishery supports 14,000  jobs in the commercial fishing and outdoor recreation industries and has sustained the region's Alaska Native people and their sacred traditional way of life for thousands of years. 

Please tell the EPA and Alaska's leaders to STOP the Pebble Mine.‚Äč It is not the future Americans want for Bristol Bay.

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