BLM White Mountains National Recreation Area Reports
Fact sheet supports why BLM should continue to reject Mineral Leasing in the White Mountains National Recreation Area because hardrock mining (including placer and suction dredging operations) is incompatible with public outdoor recreation benefits and conservation values it was set aside for and enjoyed today.
Fact sheet lists past impacts and potential mining effects BLM described in its 2013 Mining Supplement for the White Mountains NRA. It describes risks to headwater, tributaries to Beaver Creek, Fisheries, Fish and Wildlife, Subsistence, and general impacts of past mining in Beaver and Birch Creeks.
Fact sheet for White Mountains Mining leasing BLM is considering to put in a supplement to the Eastern Interior Plan
Poster from public meetings in April and May 2012
from hearings in April and May 2012
From BLM public meetings April and May 2012
From public meetings held in Fairbanks and Anchorage April and May 2012
From Eastern Interior hearings in Anchorage and Fairbanks April and May 2012
for Locatable and Salable Minerals: Eastern Interior Resource Management Plan, April 2012, Draft Report by BLM Alaska State Office, Branch of Energy and Solid Minerals