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The Renewable Resources Coalition wants to hear your thoughts on how we can protect Bristol Bay and the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon fishery. We’re holding open town hall meetings in Anchorage with more to follow soon. You’ll have the chance to share ideas and talk with your neighbors. Shannyn Moore and Anders Gustafson will host the discussion. We want your ideas!

Spread the word – because protecting Bristol Bay is good business.

March 17th, 2009

University of Alaska, Anchorage

Rasmussen Hall, Room 110

TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

March 19th, 2009

Tanglewood Chalet

11801 Brayton Dr., South Anchorage

TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

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Just got word from the Renewable Resources Coalition that Felt Soul Media’s Red Gold will be showing in Alaska.

August 8th – Anchorage, AK
Bristol Bay Keep it Wild Rally
Wendy Williamson Auditorium, UAA, Anchorage, 4-9pm
Event includes a salmon bake; a rally on Bristol Bay issues; presentations by Dr. Switzer, Native community leaders, fisherman, and others; as well as the film showing.

August 19th – Soldotna, AK
Renewable Resources Coalition Presentation: Red Gold
Triumvariate Theatre at the Peninsula Center Mall, 7pm
Food and live music to follow.

See you there.

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Today in the mail I received “The Alaska Mining Survey” from Alaskans Against the Mining Shutdown.

We want to know what you think about these important issues and the future of Alaska’s tradition of responsible resource development. Please fill out the attached Alaska Mining Survey and return it today. Thank you.

Plain and simple. It’s about Ballot Measure 4 – Clean Water. Where do you stand?

Can you hear me now?

I can’t speak for everyone but I would venture to guess that those folks who support Ballot Measure 4 don’t oppose mining. I know I don’t. It’s about keeping our waters clean. In a nutshell…the risk is too great. The potential for disaster is there. Project Management 101 – You can’t eliminate risk; you can only manage and mitigate it.

What happens if you fail?

Just not worth it.

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