The Oak Flat Campground is on U.S. Forest Service land near Superior, Arizona — about an hour from Phoenix. It was set aside a half-century ago, during the Eisenhower Administration, and then handed to two foreign mining corporations by their […]
…but some uranium mines in the area are “grandfathered in,” and they’re leaky.
According to Arizona voters of both parties, WE NEED MORE PROTECTION FROM MINING FOR GRAND CANYON… Results of a recently released poll show that Arizona voters strongly support protecting the Grand Canyon from uranium mining. The statewide survey found: • […]
Read this new opinion column in the Tucson Daily Star, and then call your legislators. Opinion- Arizonans should demand respon…al Editorials and Opinion | tucson.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2B4kt80X7E8Ask your Senator and your Congressional representative how this is happening: foreign corporations mine public lands, sometimes protected ones, pay us nothing, consume scarce water resources that climate change is making scarcer, devastate the land.How did your elected official vote? […]
Pumpjacks and drill rigs at the edge of a national treasure by Stephen Nash for The New York Times (adapted) At remote Dinosaur National Monument, a natural park that straddles the northern Colorado-Utah border, the Bureau of Land Management has […]
Slickrock and slot canyons in a precarious monument By Stephen Nash, for The New York Times (adapted)… Jay and I, we kind of wondered what the climb back out would be like as we made our way down a wide, […]
Powerful regional officials to ask administration to end 20-year ban, saying it is unlawful and inhibits economic opportunity. Read on www.theguardian.com