Save the Boundary Waters

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area is a 1.1 million-acre Wilderness in Minnesota and America’s most visited Wilderness, attracting over 155,000 people annually. But the area is threatened by a proposed sulfide-ore copper mining operation within its watershed, less than a mile from the Wilderness edge.

Save the Boundary Waters

The Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters is creating a national movement to protect the clean water, clean air and forest landscape of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

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Window Dressers Community Workshop in Machias — 350 Maine

Event from 350 Maine

Brewer, ME, United States

Window Dressers Community Workshop in Machias

350 Maine

350 Downeast, in partnership with Machias Saving Bank and funded in part by the the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund, will be hosting a Window Dressers workshop to help the environment, work together for warmer homes, and build community.

Window Dressers Community Workshop in South Portland — 350 Maine

Event from 350 Maine

South Portland, ME, United States

Window Dressers Community Workshop in South Portland

350 Maine

One goal of 350 Greater Portland and the Sierra Club is to build community engagement and support for climate action efforts in South Portland. In partnership with the South Portland Energy & Recycling Committee and SMCC, they will be part of team of community volunteers building insulating window inserts with

Clean up the Tulsequah Chief Mine — Rivers Without Borders, a Project of the Tides Center

 from Rivers Without Borders, a Project of the Tides Center

Port Townsend, WA, United States

Clean up the Tulsequah Chief Mine

Rivers Without Borders, a Project of the Tides Center

For more than six decades acidic wastewater has been flowing from the abandoned Tulsequah Chief mine into the Tulsequah River in the Taku watershed in southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia.


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