Join us Wednesday, May 25th at 3:00 p.m. ET for a live online update on efforts to protect Bristol Bay and to stop the proposed Pebble Mine. The Network’s Tom Sadler will host this latest edition of our ongoing Waterside Chat series. Sign up now for this free event.
Sam Snyder of the Wild Salmon Center and Scott Hed with Businesses for Bristol Bay will chat with Tom about what you can do to help protect this iconic watershed and the most important wild salmon fisheries on the planet. Sam and Scott will tell us about the latest efforts to encourage the EPA to use its authority under the Clean Water Act to protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine.
Sam and Scott will share:
- the background on the Bristol Bay watershed,
- the threat posed by the proposed Pebble Mine,
- what actions have taken place to protect Bristol Bay,
- what the EPA is doing now, and
- most importantly, what actions you can take to help.
EPA is expected to take action at the end of the month so this will be an important and timely talk. Learn more on our Bristol Bay resource page.
About Waterside Chat
Waterside Chat connects people who depend on healthy oceans and fisheries with the issues that directly affect them and their communities. The Network’s Deputy Director Tom Sadler talks one-on-one with different guests each episode about current ocean policy topics, engaging in genuine and thoughtful conversations about what policy decisions mean for people’s livelihoods, communities, recreation, and coastal ways of life. You can watch past Waterside Chat sessions on our website now, and you can sign up for our email list to learn about future discussions.