The Black Hills Clean Water Alliance is a diverse collection of citizens concerned about the health, environmental, and economic impacts that mining projects would have on our communities, people, economy, and natural resources. See our Partners.
The Black Hills Under Attack by Mining Companies!
UPDATED CLAIMS MAP IS HERE. Over 202,000 acres of the Black Hills are under mining claims – or more than 16% of all the land in the Black Hills.
KNOW THE ISSUES! – In the last few months, seven new mining projects have been announced – or discovered by local people – in the Black Hills. They join at least seven other projects that we already knew about. This demands your action – first by your donation, and second by giving your time right now to oppose the attacks of mining companies. Contact us to see how you can help.
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LITHIUM MINING IN THE BLACK HILLS
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Thank you for signing our petition asking the Environmental Protection Agency’s Administrator Michael Regan to listen to the people and “WITHDRAW UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PERMITS FOR THE PROPOSED DEWEY-BURDOCK URANIUM MINE UNTIL TRIBAL CONSULTATION IS COMPLETED.”
We are now preparing to send your signature along with the 5,185 other signatures who answered our Call-To-Action. Thank You!