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B.C. Mine Disaster a Wake-Up Call

August 16, 2014 By: Erin Block

The recent Mount Polley Mine disaster in British Columbia is a sobering reminder of what’s at stake in Bristol Bay. “It’s a tragedy, but a tragedy we can learn from,” writes Chris Hunt. “It should give us the perspective we need to finally put the ill-conceived Pebble Mine proposed for Alaska’s salmon-rich Bristol Bay drainage to rest, once and for all.” You can read Part One, Part Two and Part Three in a blog series via the Trout Unlimited blog.