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The Wilderness that supports world-class remote angling and hunting adventures for sportsmen and women like you is threatened by sulfide-ore copper mining. This toxic mining practice would harm productive habitats that support fish and game.  

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Sulfide-ore copper mining would seriously harm the Boundary Waters, its watershed and the wildlife that call it home. We need to protect this amazing destination for remote angling and hunting from this risky type of mining.
Stay up to date on news that impacts the future of the Boundary Waters and read exciting stories about the men and women who hunt and fish in the Wilderness.
On June 13, the U.S. Forest Service announced that it is "considering withholding consent for lease renewal" of Twin Metals' request to renew two 50-year-old, expired federal mineral leases on the edge of the Boundary Waters.

Watch part one of our three-part film series following three Minnesota chefs into the Boundary Waters to fish and cook. Share this video series with your friends.