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Target: EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson
Sponsored by: Sierra Club

For the past 30 years, the Stream Buffer Zone Rule has prohibited mining activities within 100 feet of perennial or intermittent streams, which serve as habitats to a vast array of aquatic life and provide drinking water to local communities.The Office of Surface Mining (OSM) is proposing to rewrite this rule to eliminate the buffer, giving mining companies access to mine through streams across the Appalachian region.

We cannot let our environmental protections be dismantled. Please tell EPA Administrator Johnson to reject this proposal.

Just spreading the word.

-Cara

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