Newsletters

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)

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

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

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

Why I just Picked, Clicked, and Gave to Trustees

Longtime Alaskan Danielle Williams has spent her entire career working to improve the health of Alaska communities. She currently serves on the…

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Gathering for the public interest

Our newest attorney Bridget Psarianos joined thousands of people from around the country in a gathering to share information about issues related to…

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Interior disregards human rights in rush to lease Refuge

Officials from the Interior Department set up meetings in Kaktovik, Utgiagvik, Fairbanks and Anchorage to advance their agenda of leasing the Arctic…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–February 2018

This month–and in the same week!–Trustees filed two lawsuits taking the Trump administration to court. The first suit challenges Interior Secretary Ryan…

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Why I give to Trustees

Bill Rice gives to Trustees directly and through Pick.Click.Give., which allows Alaskans to donate part or all of their Permanent Fund Dividend…

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Pebble cannot protect salmon

What does the proposed Pebble mine permit application tell us? Pebble Limited Partnership and its parent company, Northern Dynasty Minerals, cannot safeguard…

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