Consequences for water and fisheries

Posted: Wednesday, February 06, 2002

I have followed the Tulsequah Mine debacle for several years now. I thank Bill McAllister for his article and wish to add a few things. The RedFern Corporation of British Columbia has been very helpful in sending information from its B.C. office. The stress placed on the Tlingit land use plan, while of paramount importance, is an adjunct to the terrible consequences that could occur to our drinking water and fisheries if a spill should occur.

Cynthia Myren

Juneau



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