Tangle Lakes State Wildlife Refuge

Sign-on letter calling on the Alaska State Legislature to create a State Wildlife Refuge at Tangle Lakes.

Moose near Tangle Lakes (Source: Bruce James via savetanglelakes.org)

The Tangle Lakes region is a hub for hunting, fishing, hiking, canoeing, and camping.  It is also wildlife-rich and includes wintering habitat of the Nelchina Caribou Herd.  But it’s threatened by mining.  Pure Nickel, a Canadian company with funding from the Japanese company ITOCHU, has conducted extensive explorations for nickel, copper, and platinum.  The region’s champions have proposed creating a State Wildlife Refuge to protect the area from mining.

Hikers at Tangle Lakes (Source: Northern Alaska Environmental Center)

Add your name to the letter to the Alaska legislature to create a Tangle Lakes State Wildlife Refuge.

If you are a business owner, be sure to add your business to the list of business supporters!


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