Updated: Feb 16
Rivers Without Borders Alaska Campaign Director Chris Zimmer's recent letter to the Ketchikan Daily News provides a good summary of progress toward the Tulsequah Chief mine remediation, and why it is so crucial for the Taku.
“After more than 60 years of pollution and decades of controversy, B.C. is taking steps to clean up and close down the Tulsequah Chief. But, the job is not near done. Alaska leaders need to continue the pressure on B.C. and Canada that has finally had some results. Cleaning up and closing down the Tulsequah Chief should be the top priority for Alaska in the transboundary region.”
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