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“The proposed mineral withdrawal aims to prevent further negative environmental impacts from future mining operations.”
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Habitat loss, pressure from recreation and predation are among the biggest threats the piping plovers face on Great Lakes shores.
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The PolyMet Mining Corporation has been locked in a battle to open Minnesota’s first copper-sulfide mine for over 17 years.
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The aquaculture operation, which would pump 4 million gallons a day from the Michindoh Aquifer, has some residents concerned about what it would do to water levels.