BLM delays key decision on 211-mile mine access road in Northwest Alaska


The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has delayed a key decision on a 211-mile access road to high-grade copper and cobalt deposits in the Ambler Mining District of Northwest Alaska.

Companies engaged in the exploration, Australia’s South32 and Vancouver, B.C.-based Trilogy Metals, learned of the decision in a court filing made May 19 by BLM in relation to lawsuits filed by conservation groups.

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