With the recent reports of snow geese landing at Butte, Montana’s infamous Berkeley Pit and dying, it made me wonder how much people actually know about the site. A friend of mine sent me some information on it, and it definitely makes you realize just how serious this situation is. Just to summarize, here is a list of some facts that you may not have known:
I don’t know about you, but after learning this information, it makes me hope that something serious happens before the water level reaches our natural water table level. Having this toxic water pollute waters such as the Clark Fork River would be a monstrous disaster for fish and other wildlife–not to mention it would affect our water recreation activities among other things. So, the next time you read about something involving the Berkeley Pit Mine, now you at least know that this is not a situation that should be swept under the rug or set aside for too long–if at all.
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