May 15, 2020 - Black Hills Clean Water Alliance has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Forest Service for withholding information that was requested under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in December 2018. The information that was requested is a variety of documents and communications regarding gold-related activities … Continue reading Lawsuit filed under FOIA
National Press ReleaseLocal Black Hills Press ReleaseDownload Press Releases. “America’s Most Endangered Rivers is a call to action to save the rivers our nation depends on for clean drinking water, a strong economy, and connection with each other and the natural world,” Bob Irvin, President and CEO of American Rivers. NATIONAL PRESS RELEASE: Washington, DC … Continue reading Rapid Creek Receives National Attention as One of America’s Most Endangered Rivers.
We Are Still Here -- And...we are still protecting Rapid Creek and Water in the Black Hills Region! On Tuesday, April 14, at 4:45 pm, we will be holding banners encouraging people to protect Rapid Creek and Lake Pactola. We will be at the corner of 5th Street and Omaha Street. We will be social … Continue reading Still here…and protecting
Call to Action to Protect the Rapid Creek Watershed and Pactola from Gold Exploration.Send in your "Public Comment" to the Black Hills Forest Service - Deadline Feb. 5, 2020 The deadline was 4:30 PM to electronically submit your comment to the National Forest Service's "Close of Business" on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Watch for updates. … Continue reading PACTOLA AND RAPID CREEK WATERSHED
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.