PROTECT PACTOLA AND RAPID CREEK WATERSHED: Two deadlines coming up fast!

Jan. 6, 2020 Call to Action taken to Protect the Rapid Creek Watershed and Pactola from Gold Exploration. Mark Your Calendar for Wed. Jan. 15 for another Call to Action at the Corner of 5th and Omaha in Rapid City at 4:30 PM. There are two important "agency" deadlines coming up in the fight against … Continue reading PROTECT PACTOLA AND RAPID CREEK WATERSHED: Two deadlines coming up fast!

CALL TO ACTION: FRIDAY, DEC. 13th, 4:30 PM. HELP RAISE AWARENESS OF THE ASLB RULING AGAINST THE OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE.

THE ATOMIC SAFETY AND LICENSING BOARD RULES AGAINST OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE AND IT'S CULTURAL RESOURCES PRESS ADVISORY (12/12/2019) WHAT: Public Presence in Support of Protecting Black Hills Water WHEN:  Friday, December 13, 2019.  4:30 - 6 PM WHERE: Corner of 5th and Omaha Streets, Rapid City WHO:  The Black Hills Clean Water Alliance, Dakota Rural … Continue reading CALL TO ACTION: FRIDAY, DEC. 13th, 4:30 PM. HELP RAISE AWARENESS OF THE ASLB RULING AGAINST THE OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE.

Act Now! Public Comment extended to Dec. 11th due to technical difficulties.

The deadline to file written comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) draft permits to provide water for uranium mining and deep waste disposal wells in the southwestern Black Hills is now Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019 at 9:59 PM MST. This is the Dewey-Burdock project proposed by Powertech/Azarga Uranium. And it’s very important that a … Continue reading Act Now! Public Comment extended to Dec. 11th due to technical difficulties.

Oct. 6th Deadline for Public Comment on the New Hard Rock Mining Ordinance

Remember that rivers and streams proceed downstream from the Black Hills and out to the Plains. We ALL share the responsibility to protect clean water. The public comment period opened on July 8, 2019 thru October 6, 2019.  If you have a lengthy comment and attachments to submit please use the email at pcboc@pennco.org otherwise … Continue reading Oct. 6th Deadline for Public Comment on the New Hard Rock Mining Ordinance