Peninsula Fly Fishers

Guido Rahr, Emily Anderson of Wild Salmon Center - Saving the World's Wild Salmon

Guido Rahr, CEO/President of the Wild Salmon Center, and Emily Anderson, Alaska Program Director, talk about the world's last remaining strongholds of wild salmon. This includes Bristol Bay, home to the world's largest sockeye salmon run and currently threatened by the Pebble Mine, a potential environmental disaster that is being fast-tracked through the permitting process.

An EPA decision is expected soon. PLEASE sign the center's online form to write to the EPA and your local Congressional representatives to stop this mine now.  

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