Minnesotans have until January 30 to convince Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov. Flanagan to re-open MPCA’s improper permit decisions for the PolyMet sulfide mine. Your ACTION today can defend our drinking water, wild rice, fish, and public health and hold our State agencies accountable for failing to comply with Minnesota and federal laws.Take Action!
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Help WaterLegacy protect the Lake Superior watershed and the Boundary Waters from mining pollution. Join the effort to ensure clean, plentiful water for generations to come.
Your financial support will allow WaterLegacy to prepare technical and legal analysis, organize citizens to participate in hearings, and, if necessary, litigate to prevent sulfide mining pollution that would destroy our water resources.