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Red Devil Mine - Community Involvement & Tribal Consultation

Lower Kalskag tribal members express concerns during the tribes' 2015 Tribal Gathering
Lower Kalskag tribal members share concerns about the Red Devil Mine project during the tribe's 2015 Annual Tribal Gathering.

Community engagement is an important and ongoing element of the Red Devil Mine Project.  Since 2010, BLM has hosted 35 meetings in Kuskokwim River communities , presented regular briefings to interested Native corporations and presented updates at the  Alaska Forum on the Environment.

The BLM expects to release the Proposed Plan for remediation of the Red Devil Mine in 2017.  The BLM will offer a 60-day public comment period and hold public meetings in interested communities along the Kuskokwim River and in Anchorage.

If you'd like to be added to the project mail list to receive future newsletters, please use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page.

How to Contact Us
  • Alan Bittner, Anchorage Field Manager, 907-267-1246 or toll-free 800-478-1263
  • Mike McCrum, Red Devil Mine Project Manager, 907-271-4426
  • Contact Us form or email
Return to Red Devil Mine CERCLA RI/FS homepage.

 Photo of BLM officials and Lower Kalskag tribal members during 2015 Tribal Gathering
The Village of Lower Kalskag invited BLM to its 2015 Tribal Gathering to talk with residents about the Red Devil Mine project.

Red Devil Mine
Project Newsletters:

Newsletter #10, Feb 2016
Newsletter #9, Jan 2015
Newsletter #8, June 2014
Newsletter #7, Dec 2013
Newsletter #6, May 2013
Newsletter #5, Aug 2012
Newsletter #4, Jan 2012
Newsletter #3, Aug 2011
Safety Advisory, Jan 2011
Newsletter #2, Nov 2010
Newsletter #1, Nov 2009

Community Meeting Summaries:

Spring 2014
Spring 2012
Spring 2011

Talking Circle, 2012 AK Forum on the Environment:

Talking Circle handout
Comment summary