Gary Baker, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, is concerned if something goes wrong with the Pebble Mine. The Pebble Mine could be the largest open pit mine on the continent, with an earthen tailings dam higher than the Washington Monument.
Gary Baker, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, is concerned if something goes wrong with the Pebble Mine. The Pebble Mine could be the largest open pit mine on the continent, with an earthen tailings dam higher than the Washington Monument. MCT
Gary Baker, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, is concerned if something goes wrong with the Pebble Mine. The Pebble Mine could be the largest open pit mine on the continent, with an earthen tailings dam higher than the Washington Monument. MCT

In Pebble Mine project, Alaskan villages see perils, promise

September 29, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 23, 2013 04:59 PM

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