Tag: Menominee River

Freshwater Weekly: September 19, 2019

Posted on September 24, 2019 by

September 19, 2019 This week:  Menominee Tribal Chair Requests Michigan Governor to Revisit Permits for Risky Mine + Two Mining Permits Suspended in MN Court of Appeals + Cold Water Fish Habitat Decreases as a Result of Climate Change + More Menominee Tribal Chair Requests Michigan Governor to Revisit Permits for Risky Mine Douglas Cox, Tribal […]

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Federal Agencies Question Back Forty Sulfide Mine Permit

Posted on March 14, 2018 by

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Fish and Wildlife Service sent a joint letter to the state of Michigan identifying key deficiencies in the wetlands permit submitted by Aquila Resources for the proposed Back Forty mine. The proposed sulfide mine would be located on the Michigan side of the Upper […]

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