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Tell Kay and Jared Jewelers (owned by Signet) to say no to dirty gold from Pebble Mine

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By Bonnie Gestring

November 17, 2011

The world's greatest wild salmon fishery - in Alaska's Bristol Bay - is at risk!  And, you can help.

Alaskans are asking Signet, the world's largest jewelry corporation to promise not to use gold from the proposed Pebble Mine - a massive copper gold mine that threatens the world's most valuable wild salmon fishery. Over fifty major jewelers have already promised.

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Tagged with: bristol bay, jewelry retailers, bristol bay pledge, signet jewelers, kay jewelers, jared jewelers


Take 3 minutes: Help Protect Oregon’s Wild and Scenic Chetco River

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By Bonnie Gestring

November 11, 2011

The Wild and Scenic Chetco River is legendary for the beauty and clarity of its waters. And, it has whopping salmon and steelhead runs!

Although Congress protected the Chetco in 1988 by adding it to the National Wild and Scenic River System, the 1872 Mining Law gives mining preference over all other values and uses. Now proposals to suction dredge along much of this extroardinary river threatens allt he values the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act seeks to protect.

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Tagged with: chetco river, oregon, national wild and scenic river, suction dredge mining


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