At meeting with EPA chief, residents united in opposition to Pebble
Dorothy Larson of the Curyung Tribe in Dillingham, at left, greets Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson during a listening session on the proposed Pebble mine at Dillingham High School.
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#1 Aug 2, 2010
Pebble mine, NEEDS the resources of the Alaskan Land to continue THEIR WAY OF LIFE and to live THEIR life they have become accustomed to: clean air, food and clear water, and THEY don't give a FF how they get it.
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