The proposed Stibnite Mine will use cyanide to extract gold on public lands in the headwaters of Idaho’s Salmon River—one of the most cherished and economically important waterways in the northwest. The draft environmental review for the mine, released in August, 2020, identified major problems:
Midas Gold, now Perpetua Resources, has responded with a new plan with changes to nearly every facet of its proposed operation. Tell the Forest Service: a new plan requires a new review, with the opportunity for meaningful public review and comment.
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