Attend a Rally!

Monday, Pebble is hosting a closed-door meeting at the Captain Cook Hotel with "advisors" on how to build their massive mine in Bristol Bay.
Come down to the rally outside their meeting to support Bristol Bay and send the message that Alaskans agree: Not now, not ever will we allow Pebble Mine to be built in Bristol Bay.
#NoPebbleMine Rally
Monday, August 21st
Corner of 4th and K Street (outside the Captain Cook Hotel)
3pm

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WATCH THE BREACH & SUPPORT THE FIGHT

Click below to watch the award-winning documentary The Breach and help Save Bristol Bay at the same time.  25% of each rental will go toward our effort to protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine.

Film Synopsis: When fishing guide/filmmaker Mark Titus learns why wild salmon populations plummeted in his native Pacific Northwest, he embarks on a journey to discover where the fish have gone and what might bring them back. Along the way, Titus unravels a trail of human hubris, historical amnesia, and potential tragedy looming in Alaska, all conspiring to end the most sustainable wild food left on the planet. Battle lines are drawn and the fight for resource control begins as the people who know the salmon best fight for its survival.