• Twin Metals sues to silence thousands
  • Friends files comments on Hi Lo Project
  • Duluth wants full, fair, fact-based PolyMet decision

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  • Friends files comments on Hi Lo Project

    – Today, the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness filed comments responding to the Scoping Report for the Hi Lo Project. The Hi Lo Project proposes prescribed burns inside of the BWCAW and a number of actions near the Boundary Waters Wilderness boundary.

  • Twin Metals Lawsuit Seeks to Silence Thousands of People

    – Over 65,000 public comments were submitted this summer opposing renewal of these leases near the Boundary Waters. The BLM and U.S. Forest Service have heard from thousands of people that sulfide mining on the edge of the wilderness is an unacceptable risk. Twin Metals’ lawsuit seeks to silence them.

  • Duluth Residents Overwhelmingly Want Hearing Before PolyMet Permit Decisions

    – A poll of Duluth residents shows overwhelming support for holding a hearing where all sides can present expert evidence before deciding on permit applications for the PolyMet mine proposal.

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