Fifty-plus years of pollution…British Columbia’s Tulsequah Chief Mine – That’s how Chris Miller starts out his great blog on the Tulsequah, the old mine (which could become a new one) just above the confluence of the Tulsequah and Taku rivers in British Columbia. Chris traveled there in June 2010 and took some great photos of the area, and the debris and acid mine drainage left at the mine by the former owners (the now bankrupt Redcorp). This mine is now owned by a new company, Chieftain Metals Inc., which was started by the same people that were running Redcorp. Chieftain is working hard to start up the mine again.
Check out Chris’ blog here.