Tell the Army Corps of Engineers: Save Bristol Bay

Alaska's Bristol Bay is a unique ecological treasure, whose massive annual salmon run -- one of the world's largest -- supports creatures of all shapes and sizes.

It's a place uniquely ill-suited to a proposed open-pit mine that would be North America's largest. The mine's pits would clog and dewater the streams, rivers and wetlands in which the salmon spawn; its toxic runoff would poison the bay, and with it, not just the fish but also the animals that rely on them.

For 10 years, local advocates have staunchly opposed Pebble Mine. Tell the Army Corps of Engineers, which will make a final decision on this project, to listen to them and reject this destructive mine.

Subject: Protect Bristol Bay: No Pebble Mine