Sacred Headwaters Drill Take Over
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Sacred Headwaters Drill Take Over

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John Ahni Schertow
September 15, 2013
 

Sacred Headwaters Drill Take OverOn Tuesday September 10th, Klabona Keepers and the folks at Beauty camp took over a drill that Fortune Minerals used for its environmental assessment. The drill, situated on Iskut Band’s trapline, had toxic chemicals all around it, and was right beside a fish bearing stream. There was also a diesel tank within two feet of the stream. There was no spill kit on hand.

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