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Stop Pebble Mine and Finalize safeguards for Bristol Bay

by American Sportfishing Association 24 Jun 01:04 UTC
Stop Pebble Mine and finalize safeguards for Bristol Bay © American Sportfishing Association

ASA's Inland Fisheries Policy Manager Connor Bevan has your June video update.

Connor provides the most recent updates on the Pebble Mine proposal and explains how you can help ensure safeguards for one of the world's most productive fisheries.

Want to dive deeper into the issues? Visit Keep America Fishing for action alerts and more information.

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