It’s up to us to defend our public lands, waters and sporting heritage.

Minnesota's iconic public lands are under attack from toxic sulfide-ore copper mining proposed on the southern edge of the Boundary Waters. Politicians want to give foreign mining companies the green light to pollute the world-class hunting and angling of the Boundary Waters and we need your help to defend it.

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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 these public lands and waters from this risky type of mining.
Planning your hunting, fishing or camping trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness? Check our list of resources, or contact us, to get you started and to help you make the most of your BWCA trip.
Your help is needed now more than ever -- tell the Forest Service to defend the Boundary Waters from sulfide-ore copper mining proposed in its watershed.