To transport ore and equipment, the gold and copper Pebble Mine would require a 104-mile road along Alaska’s Pedro Bay, above, and Lake Iliamna, the state’s largest body of fresh water, cutting through undeveloped forest and wetlands.
To transport ore and equipment, the gold and copper Pebble Mine would require a 104-mile road along Alaska’s Pedro Bay, above, and Lake Iliamna, the state’s largest body of fresh water, cutting through undeveloped forest and wetlands. MCT
To transport ore and equipment, the gold and copper Pebble Mine would require a 104-mile road along Alaska’s Pedro Bay, above, and Lake Iliamna, the state’s largest body of fresh water, cutting through undeveloped forest and wetlands. MCT

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