If anything, history tells us open pit mines kill watersheds. So what I would ask our dear listeners to do is head over to backcountry hunters dot org, and then you'll see there a tab that says Take action from there. You're going to want to go down and click on the take action issue of permanently protect Bristol Bay. It's a very easy form. You just come on in, you can read what is already in the form, or you can edit that and you can sign and deliver your name to the petition. We have until July 5th to make this happen and get this off to the powers that be as a review and move to use the 404 C section of the Clean Water Act to really put the kibosh on the Pebble Mine. And hopefully someday we can turn that into a national park or some sort of federal designation that will not allow for any mineral extraction in Bristol Bay. This is a. Speaker1: Call to action to our listeners. What's it going to cost to get involved. Speaker2: In that for just anybody yelling their name to it? Nothing. It takes you 25, 30 seconds to get it done. Elaborate a little more on why pit mines are so bad. Typically what it is, you get the minerals out of the ore that is mined. You have to use some pretty nasty things to leach the gold, copper, selenium, other minerals out of the bedrock that is extracted. Speaker1: Remember, go to backcountry hunters dot org. Use the take action tab.