Trout Unlimited: Pebble mine is closer than ever

Trout Unlimited: Pebble mine is closer than ever


Dear Bristol Bay supporters,

Pebble’s key permit could be issued in 27 days.

We know there’s a lot going on right now in the world, in the efforts to safeguard Bristol Bay, and probably in your own life. But after the release of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Pebble mine last week, we need two minutes of your time.

Please sign the petition to the President and your Members of Congress asking them to do everything in their power to deny Pebble’s federal permit.

Our team is still going through the FEIS document with a fine-toothed comb to see exactly where the Army Corps has missed the mark in their review of the risks posed by Pebble mine. But even without a complete list, here is a summary of 10 reasons why Pebble’s permit should be denied.

Amid uncertainty of permitting, Bristol Bay continues to be a shining light, with millions of wild salmon returning to the region. Our team invites you to join us in getting inspired by Bristol Bay next Thursday, August 6th at the national livestream premiere of Mark Titus’ film THE WILD.


The Wild


Brought directly to your home, THE WILD is an incredible picture of what’s at stake in Bristol Bay. Join for the film screening, then stick around for digital panel discussion with the biggest advocates for the region, including angler, guide and conservationist April Vokey. 50% of ticket proceeds are donated back to our campaign – get yours today.

The next 30-60 days are critical in knowing the future of Pebble in Bristol Bay. Stay tuned. Engage where you can. Take action for Bristol Bay.

Thank you.


Meghan and the Save Bristol Bay team

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