The world’s largest sockeye salmon run passes through Alaska’s Bristol Bay, where an expected 72 million sockeye will return this summer. This thriving and productive fishery is threatened, however, by the proposed Pebble Mine, a massive, open-pit gold and copper mine situated directly upstream from Bristol Bay.
In late May, the EPA announced a rule under the Clean Water Act to prohibit discharges of toxic waste from mining the Pebble deposit into the Bristol Bay watershed, marking a potential veto of the Pebble Mine proposal.

Anglers across the country, and the thousands of Alaskans whose jobs depend on the health of the sockeye salmon fishery, urgently need your help. Join the call for the EPA to finalize this rulemaking, and stop pollution from Pebble Mine from devastating one of the world’s last great fisheries.

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