Show your support for the Ambler Road.
The Ambler Mineral Belt is considered one of the largest undeveloped copper-zinc mineral belts in the world. However, duplicative permitting processes and senseless regulatory restrictions have made it increasingly difficult to access and develop our domestic resources.
The Bureau of Land Management of the Department of Interior just completed the Ambler Road Draft Environmental Impact Statement, a critical step in the process to build a road that would connect the inaccessible Ambler Mining District to Alaska’s road system helping to promote economic growth and remove barriers to job creation in Alaska.
Minerals such as copper and cobalt, of which the Ambler mining district has vast deposits, are critical components for innovators investing and developing alternative energy sources, life-saving medical technologies, and alternative modes of transportation.
For too long, overly burdensome regulations have stifled the development of Alaska’s natural resources. This plan will bring economic benefits to the state while protecting the environment.
Public comments will be open until October 29th, and we encourage you to follow the links below to leave a comment!
Please click below to leave a comment in support of the Ambler Road:
Bureau of Land Management: CLICK HERE to leave a comment.
National Park Service: CLICK HERE to leave a comment.