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Pebble CEO to Address Fishermen and Processors

Northwest Fisheries Association

The CEO of the Pebble Limited Partnership will be speaking to the members of an influential commercial fishing organization later this month. John Shively was invited to speak during the membership meeting of the Northwest Fisheries Association in Seattle on March 20th in the Palace Ballroom. Tickets are required to attend and they are $65-dollars for non-members. Shively will likely answer questions about the potential impacts of the proposed Pebble Mine on the massive commercial sockeye fishery in Bristol Bay, which is the largest such fishery on earth. Information on the event can be found on the website of the Northwest Fisheries Association. The organization was created back in 1951 and includes around 180 member companies that operate in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.