Stand with the Lummi Nation. Stop the Gateway Coal Export Terminal in Bellingham!

The Lummi Nation asked for the permit for the Gateway Pacific Terminal to be denied because the impacts to tribal fishing and treaty rights cannot be mitigated. Approval of the permit, the Tribe argues, would violate their treaty rights.

If approved, the massive terminal would transport 48 million tons of coal per year through the Columbia River Gorge in open coal cars on the way to Cherry Point.

Take Action: Write your Senators and Member of Congress today to ask them to support the protection of the Lummi Nation’s treaty rights.