In response: Water-rich Minnesota one of the worst places for a sulfide mine
Published 05/22/2012, Duluth News Tribune
In a column this month, the News Tribune’s Sam Cook pondered the proposed PolyMet copper mine north of Hoyt Lakes and what might be left behind for our grandchildren. He mentioned the possibility of “streams devoid of fish, rivers and lakes devoid of wild rice, (and) wells full of undrinkable water” in, “Trust at heart of copper mine debate,” as the column was headlined.Word count: 610
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