Ban all Toxic Mineral and Gold Mining Exploration on the Dorrigo Plateau in New South Wales

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Thank you for signing the Blicks River Guardians petition.

Our petition to Ban all Toxic Mineral and Gold Mining Exploration on the Dorrigo Plateau NSW has reached 1,000 signers! Can you help us reach another milestone? Please share the petition link with your contacts and networks to keep this issue alive heading into the 2015 NSW election. Water. More precious than gold or antimony. The Blicks River catchment originates on the Dorrigo Plateau near Ebor and forms the most southern part of the Clarence catchment. It starts below Majors Point merging with the Nymboida River over its 67.1km length. Anchor Resource’s three mineral exploration leases extend over 300 square km’s of land on the Dorrigo Plateau - Antimony at Wild Cattle Creek (Bielsdown Project - EL6388) Gold, copper and molybdenum at Blicks River (Blicks Project - EL 6465 & EL 8100) - both these Dorrigo Plateau waterways are tributaries of the Nymboida River in the Clarence Catchment. The Clarence River meets the ocean at Yamba/Iluka on the North Coast of NSW. Thank you for your support for a mining free Dorrigo Plateau! Blicks River Guardians: Who are we? - Visit our website - Follow us on facebook - For more information on Dorrigo Plateau mining visit Dorrigo Environment Watch website: 2014 Anchor Resources Update Anchor Resources has received a further $5 million from their majority Chinese partner to continue exploration activities in 2014-15 and the NSW government has approved more drilling on the Blicks Project in EL6465. Anchor Resources latest reports and information: Anchor Resources website: ASX - AHR

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