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Supreme Court to hear Sturgeon case

Supreme Court to hear Sturgeon case

The U.S. Supreme Court decided today to hear a case concerning the National Park Service’s authority to regulate boating activities on rivers…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–June 2018

Alaska Brief Newsletter–June 2018

When a Minnesota raccoon’s scaling of a skyscraper went viral last week, people couldn’t turn away. Would the young urban raccoon make it to…

Alaskans rally for the Arctic Refuge

Alaskans rally for the Arctic Refuge

Rally for the Arctic: Help the Gwich’in protect their way of life Last month, hundreds of Alaskans showed up at public hearings…

Meet our 2018 summer interns!

Meet our 2018 summer interns!

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

How many strikes before Pebble’s out?

How many strikes before Pebble’s out?

Another company backs out of the Pebble mine Yet another company backed out of the proposed Pebble mine project on May 25.…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–May 2018

Alaska Brief Newsletter–May 2018

Here in Alaska, the month of May often lingers longer than our patience. With winter and taxes behind us, and hiking, biking…

Remembering Susan Olsen (1936-2018)

Remembering Susan Olsen (1936-2018)

Alaska lost a dedicated advocate for wild Alaska last month. For the time I knew Susan Olsen, she always had a ready…

Court tells state to act on water rights

Court tells state to act on water rights

An Alaska Superior Court Judge ruled last week that the State of Alaska’s delay in making decisions on water use applications that…

It’s time to stand with the Gwich’in

It’s time to stand with the Gwich’in

The Trump administration ignored public opinion and human rights last month when it launched a rushed 60-day process to lease for oil…

Will Alaska Supreme Court let Alaskans vote on how the state protects fish?

Will Alaska Supreme Court let Alaskans vote on how the state protects fish?

Trustees for Alaska went to the Alaska Supreme Court today to argue that the Alaska Constitution guarantees Alaskans the right to use…

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