Take Action

A hearty thank you to everyone for taking action to protect water and voicing your opposition to uranium mining in the Black Hills.  It is important that we continue voicing our concerns on this issue. Mni Wiconi – Water Is Life.

Uranium mining was stopped in the Black Hills before. We can do it again!

The current threat is Azarga/Powertech Uranium who needs the EPA’s approval for a Class III and Class V Injection Well Draft Area Permits to drill in the groundwater aquifers in the Southern Black Hills.  Approval of these permits would allow them to begin their mining operation in the Dewey-Burdock area.  These permits would allow the company to mine uranium in one groundwater aquifer (the Inyan Kara) and to dispose of the wastes using wells drilled into another aquifer (the Minnelusa).

The current action needed is to tell the EPA to protect our water and reject this companies requests for these permits.  LET’S TELL the Environmental Protect Agency that uranium mining is NOT IN OUR BEST INTEREST!

Please Take Action Today!  Take a few minutes to write your brief comment to the EPA.  Don’t know what to write? Our friends at Earth Works set up a easy to use comment form.  Just Click and Go.

Let’s remember there is power in numbers!

Please also consider sending a Letter to the Editor of your local newspaper.  The more people are informed the better.  And remember share our posts and article on your social media is greatly appreciated.


The EPA Public Comment Period has been extended to June 19, 2017 at MIDNIGHT MST. Email your comment to: shea.valois@epa.gov. 

Or use this easy on-line form courtesy of Earthworks.  Comment Here.


Water is life.What can you do? You can:

If you are interested in volunteering your time or money or other resources to stop uranium mining, please contact Black Hills Clean Water Alliance:

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”- Margaret Mead

Let’s Stop Uranium Mining in the Black Hills, once and for all. Thank you.