The Black Hills National Forest is asking for our input for their planning exercise. The resulting plan will guide what they do for the next 10 or so years, so it's important. Deadline to respond is July 9 (BHNF Address below). We want everyone to participate, talk about mining issues, and talk about whatever other issues they … Continue reading Black Hills National Forest seeking your input by July 9th.
Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021 Update at: https://bhcleanwateralliance.org/5k-for-clean-water/ JOIN US FOR A RUN OR A WALK ALONG RAPID CREEK (MNILUZAHAN) Full-color PDF or B/W Flyer.. WHY? Gold companies are exploring upstream from Rapid City in the Rapid Creek drainage in the central Black Hills. The Rapid Creek drainage includes Pe’ Sla, Rochford, Mystic, Deerfield, Silver City, … Continue reading 5K Run/Walk For Clean Water!
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!
Please Join us for a Live Social Hour & Auction Preview on Friday, Nov. 6th at 5:00 PM (MST). Join a Live Social Hour hosted by the Rapid Creek Watershed Action. Meet Board Members, Donors, and Supporters and learn about the work to protect Rapid Creek Watershed. Register for the Live Social Hour here. During the social … Continue reading RCWA is going LIVE!
- and why we must protect it from destructive mining. Featured on South Dakota Standard - Dr. Lilias Jarding writes: Mniluzahan (Rapid Creek) is the source of Rapid City’s and Ellsworth Air Force Base’s water supply. It also supplies water for reservations, rural areas, and irrigation systems along its route to the Cheyenne River and … Continue reading How Rapid Creek in the Black Hills links to Rapid City’s water supply
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