Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay has been spreading the call to step up for the well-being of the people and ways of life threatened by the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region. It’s a hopeful time as we speak to several defenders of the people and the land: former Alaskan State Senator Suzanne Little; Alaska State Representative and former Bristol Bay commercial fisherman Bryce Edgmon, a member of the Curyung tribe; Iditarod dog musher Monica Zappa; and musician/organizer Si Kahn.

Featured speakers/guests:

Si Kahn, Suzanne Little, Monica Zappa, Bryce Edgmon, Mark Helpsmeet

ON Sprouts | April 24, 2014 | 12:00 pm

Singing, Fighting, and Mushing for Bristol Bay: Winning Against the Pebble Mine

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Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay has been spreading the call to step up for the well-being of the people and ways of life threatened by the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region. It’s a hopeful time as we speak to several defenders of the people and the land: former Alaskan State Senator Suzanne Little; Alaska State Representative and former Bristol Bay commercial fisherman Bryce Edgmon, a member of the Curyung tribe; Iditarod dog musher Monica Zappa; and musician/organizer Si Kahn.

Featured speakers/guests:

Si Kahn, Suzanne Little, Monica Zappa, Bryce Edgmon, Mark Helpsmeet

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