Pebble science panel asks for the public's help with short survey

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Several people who attended the Keystone Center’s independent science panels last October in Anchorage suggested that the Keystone Center holds future science panels somewhere in the Bristol Bay region. Keystone is now planning a 2-day science panel that is focused on wildlife, endangered species, vegetation and wetlands chapters of the Pebble Limited Partnership’s Environmental Baseline Document. Keystone is considering holding the panel in April in Dillingham and has several questions that will help them accommodate participants who may attend the panel event or participate via online webstreaming. The brief survey at the link below will help them determine the best way to accommodate those who wish to participate.

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Please take a moment to help Keystone shape this Independent Science Panel to best fit your needs.  The survey will close on February 11th.

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Keystone Center press release