Historic Protections Announced for Boundary Waters
Department of the Interior orders 20-year mineral withdrawal in the Rainy River Watershed of Northeast Minnesota.
Agencies Announce Critical Next Step for the Boundary Waters
U.S. Forest Service says this kind of development would jeopardize the nation’s most popular wilderness.
The Threat to Habitat in the Boundary Waters Has Been Minimized—Now What?
Why the Biden Administration's decision to conserve the Boundary Waters watershed is huge win for public lands and what comes next for America’s most visited wilderness.
Interior Cancels Hardrock Mining Leases in the Boundary Waters
A broad coalition of groups commended the administration's action to ensure long-term protections for this bucket-list paddling, fishing, and hunting destination.
Six Water Issues to Watch
This World Water Week, there seems to be even more at stake for clean water and fish habitat.
What Exactly Is USDA’s Stance on the Boundary Waters?
Once determined to proceed with a thorough environmental review of an unpopular proposed mine, the agency now only seems willing to pass the buck to the state.
Sportsmen and Women Call for More Extensive Study of a Proposed Mine Near the Boundary Waters
When it comes to the untouched habitat and superior water quality of Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area, a cursory review isn’t enough.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
CHEERS TO CONSERVATION
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