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Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling

The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) has signed agreements with the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the National Park Service (NPS) that grant a 50-year right-of-way for Trilogy Metals' Ambler road project on federally owned and managed land. Construction of the road is a critical component in development of the proposed Arctic copper-zinc-lead-silver-gold project.

Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling Eyes on Alaska as Trilogy gets road land deal and state appeals Pebble ruling

Trilogy Metals' Arctic project in Alaska, USA

The BLM issued a Joint Record of Decision for the Ambler road project in July 2020 to approve a 211-mile-long gravel private access road in the southern Brooks Range foothills.