Fishermen Schooled Congress on These Three Possible Impacts of Pebble Mine

In a recent hearing of the House Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment, expert witnesses testified in opposition to the Pebble Mine project proposed for the headwaters of Bristol Bay in Alaska. Seated beside the CEO of the mining company that would benefit from the construction of Pebble, an environmental scientist, local sporting outfitter, and commercial fisherman highlighted the very real concerns of Alaskans and outdoor businesses…

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Saving Grayling

The Arctic grayling is a cold-water fish belonging to the trout and salmon family with a distinctive, sail-like dorsal fin. Found in Montana, they depend on cold water to complete much of their life cycle and serve as an indicator species of healthy rivers…

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finalizes rule to protect fish unique to Tennessee under Endangered Species Act

The Barrens topminnow, a beautiful, iridescent fish found only in four Tennessee counties, was listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act today. The final listing follows a rigorous review of the best available science and information that determined it is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range…

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