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May 17, 2019 | In the News: KTUU

Attorney: Tongass old-growth logging “plain violation” of environmental law

Tom Waldo, Attorney, Alaska Regional Office, Earthjustice: "The agency is required to take a hard look at specific impacts of an action in specific places. So you can't just generalize across the whole island and say, 'well, we'll log somewhere.' This is a brazen attempt by the forest service to rewrite the rules for timber sales."

May 16, 2019

Gussie Lord

Gussie Lord is the Director of Tribal Partnership based our of Washington, D.C.

May 16, 2019

Courtney Morgan

Courtney Morgan is an Executive Assistant based out of Washington D.C.

May 15, 2019 | Legal Document

Rosemont Copper Mine: Memo in Support of Preliminary Injunction (No. 4:19-cv-00177-TUC-JAS)

The Santa Rita Mountains rise as a “sky island” from the desert south of Tucson, Arizona. They are a place of remarkable scenic beauty that contain some of the highest quality streams and wetland ecosystems in the American Southwest. This is also a landscape imbued with cultural significance, whose waters and wildlife have sustained Native American cultural and religious life for over 10,000 years. For the Tohono O’odham Nation, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, and Hopi Tribe, these mountains are a place of prayer and respect that must be safeguarded for future generations.