Resource Sep 16, 2014

Ambler Mining Road Fact Sheets

Alaska recently proposed a private industrial road along the southern Brooks Range to facilitate construction of an open pit copper mine near Ambler, Alaska.

A proposed new 220-mile industrial access road would cross over one hundred rivers and streams, interfere with subsistence lifestyles of rural Alaskans, and travel into Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. Sound like bad idea? We think so, too. Unfortunately, the state of Alaska supports this private industrial road along the southern Brooks Range to facilitate construction of an open pit copper mine near Ambler, Alaska.

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