The Tulsequah Chief Mine is seen on Sept. 26, 2016. The yellow water is Acidic Mine Drainage from shuttered mine adits. It drains into an “exfiltration pond,” pictured, which overflows into the Tulsequah River. (Courtesy Photo)

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