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What Entities are Behind the Reckless Endangerment of Northern Minnesota and its Water Resources?

PolyMet NorthMet mine (PolyMet) Public News Service   

  • There has not been a single [copper mine] that has not permanently polluted the ground water and the downstream watersheds.
  • Related: Minnesotans - Stop the Proposed PolyMet Mine


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March 8, 2018 |  Everywhere in the world where copper mines have been dug and the poisonous tailing’s ponds have been installed, there has not been a single one that has not permanently polluted the ground water and the downstream watersheds, often catastrophically.

One must ask: “Are any of you pro-copper/nickel/sulfide mining politicians listening?” This means you, Amy Klobuchar,  Mark Dayton, Rick Nolan, Tom Bakk, Kurt Daude, David Tomassoni, Tom Rukavina, Chris Coleman, Paul Thissen ,Tim Walz, Pete Stauber, to name just a few of the many politicians that may be somehow beholden to non-ferrous mining interests because of campaign "contributions."   

Here is an incomplete list of some of the culprits: Gary G. Kohls is a retired physician who writes about issues of war, peace, justice, mental health and nonviolence and feels it is important to mix religion and non-partisan politics. 

Full story … 


Minnesotans - Stop the Proposed PolyMet Mine, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest <>

Part 1: Minnesotans: Stop the proposed PolyMet mine
We can do better than endangering our ground water, rivers, and Lake Superior. Do the right thing!
Part 2: Duty to Warn - A Sampling of 16 Earthen Dam Failures
Not mentioning the hundreds of leaky tailings dams or the potential catastrophic breaches that will likely occur.