Protect the Great Lakes from dangerous sulfide mining pollution!
Multinational corporation PolyMet is seeking permission for an open pit sulfide mine on National Forest lands near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Lake Superior.
If approved the mine will pollute Lake Superior, threaten our clean water and wildlands, and endanger public health for generations to come.
A decision in favor of PolyMet's proposal would open a floodgate for more sulfide mining in a large area near Lake Superior and surrounding the Boundary Waters Wilderness -- considered by some as one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the world.
State and federal agencies are taking comments from the public about this dangerous proposal until March 13. Take action now to protect Lake Superior and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness!
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- Click the Send Your Message button to send your message to:
- Douglas Bruner, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Tim Dabney, U.S. Forest Service
- Lisa Fay, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
- Susan Hedman, Environmental Protection Agency