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Lonnie Jack fillets fish on Taku River.
Northern B.C. This area is threatened by the potential of a This area is threatened by the potential of a reopened mine and the building of an all-season industrial road. This road would cut through the traditional territory of the Taku River Tlingit, closely following their historic "Grease Trail."reopened mine and the building of an all-season industrial road. This road would cut through the traditional territory of the Taku River Tlingit, closely following their historic "Grease Trail."

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Lonnie Jack fillets fish on Taku River.<br />
Northern B.C.                This area is threatened by the potential of a This area is threatened by the potential of a reopened mine and the building of an all-season industrial road. This road would cut through the traditional territory of the Taku River Tlingit, closely following their historic "Grease Trail."reopened mine and the building of an all-season industrial road. This road would cut through the traditional territory of the Taku River Tlingit, closely following their historic "Grease Trail."<br />
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Copyright Garth Lenz. Contact: lenz@islandnet.com www.garthlenz.com