Thank BLM for Protecting Communities, Wildlife and National Parklands

You made a difference! The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) just released its final environmental assessment of the Ambler Road, a 211-mile private industrial mining road proposed along Alaska's Southern Brooks Range. It identified significant and irrevocable impacts, including harm to one of the nation’s largest caribou herds and subsistence resources that provide food security for many Alaska rural communities.

If finalized, BLM's "No Action" alternative will protect rural Alaska communities, vital wildlands and wildlife by rejecting the Right-of-Way for the proposed road on public lands.

Please join us in thanking the BLM for this momentous decision and urge the agency to finalize the "No Action" alternative in its Record of Decision!

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Our Message to the Secretary of Interior Haaland and BLM Director Stone-Manning:

Thank you for selecting the "No Action" alternative in the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS) for the proposed Ambler Road. The FSEIS identified significant and irrevocable impacts to essential public resources, including subsistence resources that sustain food security for many Alaska rural communities, Gates of the Arctic National Preserve, and one of the nation's largest caribou herds.

Thank you for listening!  We urge you to finalize the "No Action" alternative in the Record of Decision.
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