Independent science panels on proposed Pebble Mine set

Posted on May 2, 2013 

From the Keystone Center: Pebble stakeholders and interested parties, space is filling up for The Keystone Center’s May 6-7 Independent Science Panels on the proposed Pebble mine. New information has been posted to our website including names and biographies of the independent scientists and the agenda.

The panels will address wetlands, vegetation, wildlife, and threatened and endangered species. The panels will be held in the Consortium Library on the UAA campus and will be open to the public. They will also be filmed by 360 North for Alaska Public Television and broadcast live via web-stream on Keystone’s website.  Check here on the day of the event. 

Registration for the science panels is now open and space is limited. Please register to attend one or more of the panels by visiting or by calling (866) 276-3074. 

For more information please visit the Keystone Center’s website at please see the attached informational flyer and feel free to post it at community gathering places.



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