Federal Judge OKs Uranium Mining Next to Grand Canyon National Park

PHOENIX, Ariz.— U.S. District Court Judge David Campbell denied a request to halt new uranium mining at the Canyon uranium mine, located only six miles from Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim. The Havasupai tribe and a coalition of conservation groups had challenged the U.S. Forest Service’s decision to allow Energy Fuels Inc. to reopen […]

Havasupai Tribe, Conservation Groups Challenge Uranium Mine Threatening Grand Canyon

For Immediate Release, March 7, 2013 Contact: Don Watahomigie, Chairman, Havasupai Tribe (928) 448-2731 or (928) 660-0023, htchair@havasupai-nsn.gov Matthew Putesoy, Vice Chairman, Havasupai Tribe, (928) 448-2731, mattputesoy@yahoo.com Roger Clark, Grand Canyon Trust (928) 890-7515, rclark@grandcanyontrust.org Taylor McKinnon, Center for Biological Diversity (928) 310-6713, tmckinnon@biologicaldiversity.org Sandy Bahr, Sierra Club (602) 999-5790, sandy.bahr@sierraclub.org Havasupai Tribe, Conservation Groups […]

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