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Success: Wild and Scenic Illinois River Protected For 20 More Years!

Bonnie Gestring | July 2, 2013

In Frac Sand Land, Residents Have Little Protection Against Silica Dust Exposure

Jennifer Krill | June 24, 2013

140 Years and Counting

Lauren Pagel | June 21, 2013

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Library

RE: Golden Hand No. 1 and No. 2 Lode Mining Draft EIS

EARTHWORKS | September 17, 2012

Re: Deadwood Standard Project Conditional Use permit

Bonnie Gestring | August 22, 2012

The Problem of Proposed Open Pit Mines in Santa Rita Mountains and Patagonia Mountains in SE Arizona

| July 31, 2012

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Media

New study shows Ortiz mine proposal is thirsty and dirty: could consume water equal to use of 7,800 New Mexicans, contribute to climate change, and drain acid into surrounding watershed in perpetuity

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Alaska Native Tribes, Jewelers, Investors, Commercial Fishermen and Conservation Groups Applaud EPA’s Final Study of Large-Scale Mining in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Watershed

Earthworks | Wednesday, January 15, 2014

EPA says impact of Bristol Bay mine could be devastating

Cordova Times | Margaret Bauman | Wednesday, January 15, 2014

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@Macbalacano *There* are benefits. Doh.
@Macbalacano ..those who are forced to live with it. Watch this local news piece on #fracking in Texas: bit.ly/1xXqyor

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