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From Havasupai Tribe, Grand Canyon Trust, Sierra Club, & Center for Biological Diversity. Decision Allows Mining Without Tribal Consultation or Update Decades-old Environmental Review [caption id="attachment_1916" align="alignleft" width="258"] Photo credit:

Contact: www.masecoalition.org masecoalition2008@gmail.com Hello friends and allies, Many of you are aware of MASE and the work we are doing in northwestern New Mexico to stop proposed new uranium mines in and

Comment Deadline: January 14th [caption id="attachment_475" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Canyon Mine Near Red Butte"][/caption] Denison Mines Corp., a Canadian corporation has submitted water and air quality permit applications to

CHIMAYO, NM—For too long, the US government and corporations have sacrificed the environmental integrity, the health, and the well-being of indigenous and poor communities to secure access to

Thousands of Claims Threaten Public Health & Sacred Lands

By Klee Benally

Grand Canyon, AZ — In defiance of legal challenges and a U.S. Government moratorium, Canadian company Denison Mines has started mining uranium on the north rim of the Grand Canyon. According to the Arizona Daily Sun the mine has been operating since December 2009.

Posted by: David V. Hill

Hello Friends,

We are getting information that the uranium industry has mounted a full out battle to stop the MT Taylor Traditional Cultural Property nomination.  They have hired a professional to work within the community of Grants to drive the wedge issues.   The Grants uranium people are sending letters that have far exceeded the numbers of letters received in favor of preserving MT Taylor.

We need every person to write a letter to the Cultural Properties Review Committee and tell them how they feel about Mt Taylor and why it is important to protect it, so that the Cultural Properties Review Committee can feel strong in approving the TCP due to strong public support.

If this nomination is not successful, the nominating tribes (Navajo Nation, the Pueblos of Hopi, Zuni, Acoma, and Laguna) will not be allowed to reapply again for five years.   This will mean that the mining operations can resume on the mountain with no controls or concern for native religious interests.   We cannot let this happen.  Please write your letter.  Please forward this email to anyone that you know who may be interested.

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