“We have a lot of titanium, but we only have one Okefenokee Swamp,” said U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock, very early Saturday morning in Valdosta, Georgia.
That’s WWALS Executive Director Gretchen Quarterman with the Senator.
You can ask the Georgia Environmental Protection Division to reject the five permit applications they got from the miners, or at least to thoroughly examine them, with independent third-party review.
The Senator left with contact information for the Charlton County Commission. If you know any of them, you could talk to them, too.
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