In a move that surprised almost everyone involved in the fight against Pebble Mine, the EPA announced on Friday that it would NOT withdraw the Clean Water Act Section 404(c) Proposed . . .
Last week, Orvis joined with more than 40 organizations and companies, representing millions of sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts, to ask the 2016 Presidential candidates in both parties. . .
The Breach is a new feature-length documentary by fishing guide/filmmaker Mark Titus. After learning why wild-salmon populations plummeted in his native Pacific Northwest, Titus embarks. . .
Written by: Chris Hunt
Mining can be a dirty business, as we saw earlier this month when the dam holding back toxic tailings from the Mount Polley Mine in British Columbia broke, sending 1.3 billion gallons of contaminated water into Hazeltine Creek and the headwaters of the fabled. . .
Written by: Mark Kaelke
Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series running on the Trout Unlimited blog about how the Mount Polley Mine dam disaster could have devastating impacts on salmon in Alaska if proposed mines are allowed to be constructed in important salmon watersheds. You can read the. . .
Written by: Zach Cockrum
One of the most frequent claims of promoters of the proposed Pebble Mine at the headwaters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, is that modern technology means the failures of “tailings ponds” is highly unlikely. However, just this week, an earthen dam at the. . .