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
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.
Comment period extended to Aug 26. at 11:59 PM EST Forest Service changes in their environmental review process with NEPA would be a fast track to clear cutting, omitting public comments, and has many tribal and environmental groups reaching out to the public to take action and submit a comment. In the current Administration, we … Continue reading Forest Service: NEPA Process threatened – comment by Aug. 26th
Please attend the hearing on as many days and for as long as you can! The public will not be allowed to speak, but our presence will speak loudly to the ASLB judges!
BREAKING NEWS: Another gold exploration company has come to the Black Hills. It is named Big Rock Exploration, and it is from Minnesota. This is an inexperienced company that wants to prove it can explore by looking for gold in the Black Hills. The site where they want to explore is right by the inlet … Continue reading Pactola Needs Our Protection