Raise your voice to protect parks & communities from the Ambler mining road
The Ambler mining road threatens the future of the Western Arctic caribou, which undertake one of the greatest land migrations on Earth. The industrial access road would not only cut across the caribou's migration pathway, it would also slice through Gates of the Arctic National Preserve.
The Ambler mining road endangers the Western Arctic herd, risking an essential food source for many Alaska Native villagers who depend on the caribou to feed their households. The mining road would also cross nearly three thousand streams and rivers, threatening the local fisheries that local people depend upon. The costs far outweigh the benefits of building this road.
Tell the Department of the Interior and the Army Corps of Engineers to protect the Western Arctic caribou, Alaska Native communities, and Alaska’s spectacular parklands by halting plans for the Ambler mining road!
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