Video: Watch “The Breach” and Help Stop Pebble Mine!

As we posted last week, the new EPA leaders in Washington have reversed the Obama administration’s efforts to halt the proposed Pebble Mine project in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. Today, a host of fly-fishing blogs and websites are coming together, asking anglers everywhere to call EPA administrator Scott Pruitt to tell him that compromising an irreplaceable ecosystem, a fully sustainable food supply, and some of the greatest sport fishing on earth is simply unacceptable.

Filmmaker Mark Titus made a feature-length documentary about the issue, “The Breach,” back in 2014. Watch his new short video above, which outlines the latest developments. And to support the renewed struggle to stop Pebble Mine, he is generaously allowing anyone to watch the film for free for the next five days. Click here to watch “The Breach.”

Call the Office of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt now, at 202.564.4700.

Click here to visit Save Bristol Bay and learn more about the fight against Pebble Mine.

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