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.  


Due to many requests, we're making #SavetheBWCA patches! When you get a patch before noon Wed. Aug 5, you'll also be entered to win a canoe pack from longtime BWCA advocate and business coalition company, Cooke Custom Sewing.
The Trump administration announced they are beginning the official review process for the Twin Metals copper mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters—continuing the brutal attack on America's most visited Wilderness.
The Campaign filed a lawsuit challenging state rules that leave the Boundary Waters vulnerable to damage from sulfide-ore copper mining.
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