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01/26/2021 | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 26, 2021- APACHE STRONGHOLD vs. U.S. PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION HEARING DATE CHANGED TO FEBRUARY 3, 2021 at 9 a.m. | OAK FLAT, Ariz. – U.S. District Court Judge Steven Logan has ordered the Preliminary Injunction hearing date in Apache Stronghold vs. United States of America moved to February 3, 2021 at 9 a.m. In-person access to the hearing will be restricted only to those participating in the hearing; however, Apache Stronghold members, press, and the public can email,, to obtain dial-in instructions to attend the Hearing via ZOOM.

01/15/2021 | Tonto National Forest releases final Environmental Impact Statement, draft decision for Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange | The public may access the FEIS and draft ROD along with related documents on the project website at 
01/09/2021 | Wendsler Nosie Sr. Oak Flat Announcement | Video Update

01/8/2021 | The ACHP has issued a statement regarding the Resolution Copper Project and Southeast Arizona Land Exchange due to overwhelming public pressure to halt the land exchange.

12/21/2020 | Congressional Letter to President-Elect Biden & Vice-President Elect Harris from members of Congress, Sharice L. Davids & Tom Cole 

11/25/2020 | Defending Holy Sites Call to Action, Dr. Wendsler Nosie Sr. | Video Update 

11/25/2020 | Save Sacred Oak Flat Federal Land and Stop Giveaway to Foreign-Owned Resolution Copper, NCAI, National Congress of American Indians 

11/24/2020 | The Guardian | Revealed: Trump officials rush to mine desert haven native tribes consider holy

"Grijalva, who chairs the House natural resources committee, has asked the Forest Service to explain the reason for the accelerated timeline but as of late last week his staff had not received any clarification. Environmental groups are positioned to challenge the decision in court, while Grijalva and Senator Bernie Sanders have introduced a bill calling for the repeal of the land transfer. “If the land exchange happens, it will be difficult to roll back,” said Grijalva. “That is why this cannot be rushed. The Forest Service must do their due diligence because of what is at stake. The damage is irreparable.” 

11/19/2021 | NEWS FLASH! We have just learned that the Forest Service Plans to publish the Resolution Copper FEIS on January 15, 2021