Intervenors who oppose Powertech fill the room during the WMB Meeting. Photo by Rebecca Terk.
The US Forest Service has issued an important document on F3 Gold’s proposed gold project in the Black Hills -- This Environmental Assessment is a step toward possible gold exploration just upstream from Pactola Reservoir in the Black Hills and a direct impact on not only water, but wildlife, such as the Bighorn Sheep birthing … Continue reading MORE LARGE-SCALE GOLD MINING IN THE BLACK HILLS?
--- Cindy at parade. Photo by Tatyana. URGENT!! On October 6 - 7, the SD Water Management Board will be holding a critical hearing on the future of the Black Hills. They will be deciding whether Powertech Uranium (subsidiary of Azarga Uranium) can re-start uranium mining water permit hearings that were put on hold in 2013. If the … Continue reading Oct 6th – SD Water Management Board to Decide; Can Powertech Uranium Re-Start Water Permit Hearings? – WE SAY NO!!
Everyone is needed in the fight to stop unwise and destructive mining in the Black Hills. This means you! Here are some ways you can help: Stay up to date – Like and follow our Facebook page at “Black Hills Clean Water Alliance.” When there is an opportunity for action, take it! When it sends … Continue reading WHAT CAN I DO?
Email the South Dakota's Water Management Board today! Tell them NOT to Re-Start Powertech's uranium mining permit process. Powertech Uranium asked the State of South Dakota's Water Management Board (WMB) to give it three water permits for its proposed uranium mine in Custer and Fall River Counties. In 2013, the hearings on the permits started, … Continue reading Call to Action: Contact the SD Water Management Board Today!
To commemorate our virtual gathering in the Black Hills, hosted by BHCWA and Dakota Rural Action BH Chapter, we've create four segment videos and uploaded them as a playlist on our YouTube Channel. In each video you will hear these dynamic, knowledgeable, and informative speakers. Each one speaks passionately about why water is important to them, their families, and the communities they serve. ...Read more