British Columbia’s Copper Mountain mine is a dire threat to Washington waters and communities

Two new reports outline the catastrophic consequences of a tailings dam failure SEATTLE, Wash. – The dams containing toxic waste generated by British Columbia’s Copper Mountain mine have an unacceptable probability of failing and inundating B.C. and Washington rivers and communities with poisonous sludge, according to two newly released reports. The mine, located just 25 … Continued

Gratitude for resolution of mining threat to Skagit Headwaters, but threat of Canadian mines to American rivers remains

                     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 27, 2022 Seattle, WA – U.S.-based conservation groups welcome the Jan. 19 news of a great win resolving the threat of B.C. mining in the so-called “Donut Hole” of the Upper Skagit River, that flows from British Columbia (B.C.) into Washington state. Due … Continued