TROUT Magazine features Beyond the Lines: sharing the stories of six Southeast Alaskans in the transboundary region.
Canada Greenlights Controversial Mine Near Alaska Border
Major tribal organizations push U.S. State Department to act on transboundary mine concerns
Report: KSM a Big Risk
A new report about the proposed KSM mine in northwest British Columbia near Southeast Alaska finds that the project’s remote location, low-grade ore, and geotechnical challenges make it risky, expensive, and unusually difficult to build.
Click here to see resolutions from:
1.) National Congress of American Indians
2.) Alaska Federation of Natives
3.) Alaska Native Brotherhood & Alaska Native Sisterhood
Upcoming Southeast Community Meetings
What: Join Salmon Beyond Borders and the United Tribal Transboundary Mining Work Group to discuss large-scale development projects in British Columbia and the potential impacts to Southeast Alaska's rivers, jobs, and way of life. All meetings are free and open to the public.
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