The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is threatened by sulfide-ore copper mining. 

The Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters is leading the effort to ensure permanent protection for the Boundary Waters Wilderness, America's most visited Wilderness and Minnesota's crown jewel, from proposed sulfide-ore copper mining.  


On January 15, MN Rep. Betty McCollum introduced a bill entitled “The Boundary Waters Wilderness Protection and Pollution Prevention Act”. Tell your rep. to join on as a co-sponsor now!
Double your impact this month! Now until March 31, your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar thanks to generous support from anonymous donors. Make a gift today to help protect the Boundary Waters for generations to come.
This week, a Trump-appointed U.S. District Court Judge in Washington, D.C. issued a ruling in our federal lawsuit challenging the May 2018 U.S Department of Interior decision to reinstate two federal mineral leases held by Antofagasta’s Twin Metals.
What would a Twin Metals mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters mean? Pollution. Here’s a look at different ways this toxic mine could pollute the Wilderness. Not this mine. Not this place. #SavetheBWCA