NO PEBBLE MINE Pictures From Ground Zero by Robert Glenn Ketchum
Since 1998, I have been working to protect southeast Alaska, and the fishery of Bristol Bay. The fishery is an annually renewable, BILLION-dollar-a-year industry that employs thousands and thousands of workers in multiple states. 2021 provided the largest commercial salmon catch in history (64-million+). There is no intelligent reason to allow the proposed development of the Pebble mine to go forward and imperil these resources. The United Tribes of Bristol Bay, the United Fishermen of Alaska, Trout Unlimited, Trustees For Alaska, and the Natural Resources Defense Council, all oppose the development. Even Alaskan Senator, Lisa Murkowski, has stated her opposition. The momentum is building. Now is the time to SAY NO TO THE PEBBLE MINE permanently!
~Robert Glenn Ketchum
NO PEBBLE MINE #542:
In the deep backcountry of the Wood Mountains, Pacific storms delver a lot of water and snow. There are rivers and small lakes everywhere, and dense vegetation blankets the landscape. Trees, dense shrubs, and tundra cover everything. Seldom do any rocks or soil become visible, and this growth goes to the very top of most mountains.
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