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The Pebble Watch team has pulled together a number of resources to help you understand even more about the proposed Pebble project.
Please note that these links are provided solely as an educational and informational service for Pebble Watch readers and do not constitute endorsement or approval of any organization, program, or point of view. BBNC and Pebble Watch are not responsible for the content of individual organization web pages found at such links.
On November 24, 2020, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a Record of Decision on the Pebble project. Subsequently, the agency retired the website associated with the permitting process for the Pebble project. PebbleWatch had linked extensively to this site as a primary source for documentation on the project and permitting process. On this page, we provide access to relevant documents that were housed at the Corps’ previous site.
Pebble Watch has developed a series of fact sheets related to topics addressed during the environmental review of the proposed Pebble mine, related regulatory actions, and additional topics.
As part of the permitting process for the Pebble mine, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has published a Draft Environmental Impact Statement. The deadline for public comment on this document is July 1, 2019.
Days left to submit your public comment
The permitting process typically takes about 3 years, and requires dozens of local, state and national permits. However, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced in early 2018 an aggressive 24-month timeline for achieving a Record of Decision on the proposed Pebble mine.
Local, state and federal regulations and legislation may affect the development of Pebble mine.
Several legal cases have been heard related to exploration and development of the Pebble prospect.
- PLP vs. EPA: an update
- Report questions economics of Pebble project – rebuttal and potential lawsuits follow