- The mine project site - 4000 acres will be forever altered
- Acid waste and less hazardous waste storage
- Road and pipeline to Lake Iliamna,
- Barge terminals and all year icebreaking and barging at Lake Iliamna,
- Road and gasline to a shipping terminal in lower...
Category Archives: Salmon Habitat
JUNEAU – UFA’s Salmon Habitat Information Program (SHIP) has posted fishing and seafood industry statistics for the communities, boroughs and census areas of the Bristol Bay region to highlight the huge impact of the region’s fisheries. The UFA-SHIP program is seeking to help raise awareness about the salmon and other fisheries of the area as the topic is front and center in the current scoping process for the Pebble Mine Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Pebble Update: UFA SHIP publishes Bristol Bay Fish Facts for Pebble EIS Scoping. ...deadline is June 24The UFA Salmon Habitat Information program (SHIP) has compiled statistics and info on Bristol Bay fisheries - to show the importance to locals, Alaskans, and people all over the U.S. - and to help as reference in your comments on Pebble EIS Scoping. See UFA SHIP Bristol Bay Fish Facts at the UFA SHIP page or go straight to the document at Pebble Fish Facts . The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will take written public comments until June 24 for Pebble EIS Scoping - your list of topics they should look into in the NEPA Environmental Impact Statement process....
Pebble Update: Scoping hearings start next week in Naknek, Kokhanok, Homer, Newhalen and New StuyahokStarting April 1, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will take 30 days of public comment on the newly filed development plan for Pebble. The Corps is planning to host meetings in Alaska communities starting April 9 in King Salmon. Additional meetings are planned for Kokhanok on April 10, Homer on April 11, Iliamna on April 12, Nondalton on April 16, Dillingham on April 17 and Anchorage on April 19. The Corps said it won't have a public speaking format in Homer, Anchorage and Dillingham. Written comments will be taken at those meetings – see the links below for complete information or go straight to the