Take Action To End Pebble Mine & Win Free Pescavore

The First 250 People To Take Action Will Receive Complimentary Pescavore By Mail! 

How To Enter

1. Go to your email account
2. Copy the text below and change the email subject line to: Docket Number EPA–R10–OW–2022–0418 
3. Email it to ow-docket@epa.gov (This is a US Government email, no worries about spam). 
4. Forward your sent email to hello@pescavoreseafood.com along with your preferred shipping address.
5. Your free package will arrive within one week.
Once confirmed you will receive one email from us that includes the tracking information for your free gift. After that, unless you opt in to our mailing list, Pescavore will never, ever use your email address again.  

The Rules

USA Only, Hawaii and Alaska encouraged
Must complete by July 15th
Limit 2 unique emails per household. 

The Email

EMAIL SUBJECT: Docket Number EPA–R10–OW–2022–0418 
Dear Administrator Regan and Regional Administrator Sixkiller, 
Bristol Bay, Alaska, is home to a $2.2 billion annual salmon fishery that provides more than 15,000 jobs and supplies 50 percent of the world's sockeye salmon. But Bristol Bay is more than just home for the largest wild sockeye salmon runs in the world. It's also a lifeline for the people of Bristol Bay and all those who depend on its immense cultural and economic value. The science is clear. If built, Pebble Mine would permanently poison Bristol Bay's waters and imperil the greatest wild salmon fishery left on Earth. 
The majority of Alaskans and millions of Americans support EPA action to end the threat of Pebble. We want to see Bristol Bay protected for good. It's time for the EPA to expedite the 404(c) process and finalize protections this year. The EPA's action must protect several critical Bristol Bay subwatersheds: the North Fork Koktuli, South Fork Koktuli, and Upper Talarik Creek—all of which support the productivity of Bristol Bay's wild salmon and are under threat from Pebble and large-scale mines like it. 
I urge you to listen to the communities of Bristol Bay when shaping protections for this region. And I urge you to move swiftly and finish this process quickly. 
Please finish the job and ensure that Bristol Bay's pristine lands and waters are protected in perpetuity.

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