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Climate change puts Arctic communities in peril

Climate change puts Arctic communities in peril

Whether living in the Arctic or an urban center in the Lower 48, we all have a stake in the health of…

Self-taught artist paints rural Alaska life

Self-taught artist paints rural Alaska life

  Ryder Erickson makes paintings from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska. He’s a self-taught artist who recently supported Stickers for Conservation by…

Art that reflects the land

Art that reflects the land

Ryder Erickson makes paintings from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska. He says climate change hits close to home. He’s a self-taught artist…

How do you make a clean city?

How do you make a clean city?

  What makes Tracy Lohman thankful every day? Knowing that she can count on clean water and air, and that her children…

Feds put pristine Arctic at risk

Feds put pristine Arctic at risk

America’s Arctic is at risk.

Meet our 2017 summer interns!

Meet our 2017 summer interns!

Each year interns spend their summer with Trustees for Alaska. They conduct legal research, draft pleadings, participate in client meetings and assist…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–May 2017

Alaska Brief Newsletter–May 2017

Dear Supporter: After the disappointing rollbacks of important regulations like the predator control rule for federal wildlife refuges, we had good news…

Pebble mine PR prompts Bristol Bay eye roll

Pebble mine PR prompts Bristol Bay eye roll

  The people of Bristol Bay spend a lot of time outside—on the river fishing for white fish and salmon, and in…

Pebble, EPA cut backroom deal

Pebble, EPA cut backroom deal

Last week, the Canadian conglomerate behind the Pebble mine—Northern Dynasty—cut a backroom deal with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to roll back…

Alaska’s outsized impact

Alaska’s outsized impact

  Jordan Schoonover interned with Trustees for Alaska in the summer of 2012 and continues to support Trustees as a donor. She…

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