Mining Co. cedes rights to Skagit River Park area

By Joyce Hanson (January 20, 2022, 9:07 PM EST) – British Columbia said it has reached an agreement with Imperial Metals Corp. to leave untouched an area between two parks at the headwaters of the Skagit River, declaring the company’s surrender of mining rights there will protect the wild salmon runs that Indigenous communities depend on.

The agreement between the Canadian province, the mining company and the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission will preserve the 5,800-hectare area surrounded by Skagit Valley Park and EC Manning Park in the Silverdaisy Watershed, commonly known as of Skagit River Donut Hole, the provincial government said. Wednesday.

Brian Kynoch, president of Imperial Metals, said in a statement…

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