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David Kinney
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The Orvis Company 16h
Hunters, anglers & outdoor enthusiasts agree - some places are too special for large-scale mining and , Alaska is atop that list. - please stop the permit for the .
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Trout Unlimited 14h
Mr. President, please bring your family and join us to fish the waters of and see for yourself why is the wrong mine in the wrong place.
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Chris Wood 13h
President , let's go fishing in Bristol Bay together! Pebble
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Trout Unlimited 9h
WE NEED YOUR HELP! If is on your hunting, fishing or wildlife viewing bucket list, please RT to tell to stop today. ?
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Trout Unlimited 19h
. said it perfectly—the headwaters of and the surrounding fishery are too unique and fragile to take any chances. , continue your legacy in the by stopping today. ?
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Save Bristol Bay 19h
Time to get loud. Please direct tweets to and use .
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Save Bristol Bay 19h
If  is on your hunting, fishing, or wildlife viewing bucket list, please RT to tell to stop today.
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Orvis Fly Fishing Aug 5
Bristol Bay is truly a special and valuable place intact. We can all join , , a number of experienced mining companies and others in agreeing that the Pebble Mine is the wrong mine in the wrong place.
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FrancesSteadSellers Aug 4
President’s son Don Jr. on Twitter calls for blocking construction of gold and copper mine in pristine Alaska salmon fishing area. Former Pence chief of staff also tweeted at president to stop the Pebble Mine
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The TRCP Aug 4
In a historic win for , the Great American Outdoors Act has been signed into law! Thank you and all of the lawmakers who worked across the aisle to help pass this once-in-a-generation conservation legislation!
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Chris Wood Aug 4
Yes! Bristol Bay is the world’s most prolific salmon fishery and the wrong place for a massive mine!
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Mike Baker Aug 4
👀 Donald Trump Jr. voices support for blocking the Pebble Mine project in Alaska
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Donald Trump Jr. Aug 4
As a sportsman who has spent plenty of time in the area I agree 100%. The headwaters of Bristol Bay and the surrounding fishery are too unique and fragile to take any chances with.
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Trout Unlimited Aug 4
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Nick Ayers Aug 4
Like millions of conservationists and sportsmen, I am hoping will direct to block the Pebble mine in Bristol Bay. A Canadian company will unnecessarily mine the USA's greatest fishery at a severe cost. This should be stopped and I believe will do so!
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Trout Unlimited Jul 31
Thanks (D-WV) for speaking up on . "I understand the importance of mining & the role it plays in our economy. ... To jeopardize [] would be gravely irresponsible ... I urge the administration to do the right thing.”
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Trout Unlimited Jul 31
Chris Wood on the Lower Snake FEIS: In a moment that cried out for leadership, [they] acknowledged that removing the lower Snake River dams would be the most beneficial [to fish] ... but chose another option that will likely lead to their extinction. Read:
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Trout Unlimited Jul 22
Thanks to both the and the for passing and supporting the , a bill that will, among other things, permanently fund the .
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Trout Unlimited Jul 15
"Quick decisions often lead to bad decisions," says TU's Chris Wood on the administration rollbacks to .
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Haddonfield Borough Jul 14
We have even advised by Camden County Hazmat Unit that a harmful algae bloom has been found at Hopkins Pond, which has the potential for allergenic or irritating health effects. People and pets should not ingest the water or consume the fish from the pond until further notice.
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