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(HelenaIR.com)   Giant mining corporation spends million buying 28 square miles of pristine wilderness adjacent to Glacier National Park, plans to fully exploit ground by setting it aside for wildlife conservation--wait, what?   (helenair.com) divider line 55
    More: Interesting, Glacier National Park, Glacier Park, conservations, river valleys, critical habitat, wildlife, miners, Columbia River  
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2013-10-19 07:08:14 AM  
Awesome. 28 square miles.

Glacier National Park is 1,583 square miles.

/They bought a postage stamp!
//And all the democrats think they're good people!
///HAH
 
2013-10-19 07:47:45 AM  
Nice PR move. Now just wait a while until everyone forgets and quietly apply for mining permits.
 
2013-10-19 07:57:19 AM  

abhorrent1: Nice PR move. Now just wait a while until everyone forgets and quietly apply for mining permits.


Cut down the old growth timber and make it into paper.

Plant saplings.

Rape the land sustainably every 20 years or so.
 
2013-10-19 08:42:17 AM  
They are waiting for the ice to melt and when the glacier park is no longer a park they will already have land owned so they can setup shop instantly just outside the former park lands and they can get all that gold and whatnot stuck under all that protected ice.
 
2013-10-19 09:20:02 AM  

New Age Redneck: that said they are still driven by money and profits first and foremost


Imagine that, a business whose owners are in it for the money.
 
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