Help stop strip mining from harming wildlife in the Okefenokee Refuge!

The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is home to over 1,000 species – but Twin Pines Minerals, a giant mining corporation, is pushing to break ground on a massive strip-mining project right next door.

We need to speak up to protect this biodiversity haven. Alligators, herons, sandhill cranes, black bears and many more animals all depend on habitat in the Okefenokee to find food, reproduce and carry on the cycle of life.

This wetland and its wildlife could be forever impacted. Help us avert disaster in the Okefenokee by taking action today!

Sign a letter today urging the Georgia Environmental Protection Division not to issue mining permits that threaten the Okefenokee and its wildlife!


Georgia Environmental
Protection Division
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division

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