New OA, Hypoxia Report Delivered to Oregon Legislators

Image via Oregon State University. A new report delivered to Oregon legislators by the Oregon Coordinating Council on Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia says that impacts of ocean acidification and hypoxia are now predictable every summer. That steady increase in acidification is approaching or meeting levels problematic not only for oysters, but for crab, mussels, urchins, […]

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EPA Extends Comment Period on Proposed Pebble Mine

Image via Environmental Protection Agency. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said last week that it has once again extended the comment period for proposed restrictions on mining at the proposed Pebble mine site in Southwest Alaska, this time until Dec. 2. The comment period was originally set to end in July, then was continued to […]

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Correct Craft teams serve communities across the U.S.

This summer, all Correct Craft teams across the USA have participated in service projects to make life better in their communities. Each Correct Craft team served locally to help those in need. Correct Craft service projects date back to 2006, when employees took their first service trip to Tecate, Mexico, to build a house for […]

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Acid Drainage from Abandoned BC Mine Steps Closer to Cleanup

Taku Watershed. Image via Wikimedia Commons: Anoldent CC BY-SA 2.0. Efforts to halt acid drainage from an abandoned British Columbia mine flowing into the salmon-rich Taku River watershed in Southeast Alaska has come a step closer to resolution, with the future of the Tulsequah Chief Mine now in the hands of the provincial government. The […]

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