Newsletters

Alaska Brief Newsletter–September 2018

We don’t need Twitter to tell us that the Trump administration couldn’t care less about where or how Alaskans-or any Americans-live in…

Peril in the Western Arctic

Industry spin causes peril in the Arctic The story of “Alaska” holds a lot of power over people. It conjures up images…

Vote for salmon Nov. 6

Election Day is Nov. 6, but Alaskans need to know some other deadlines leading up to that day. Register to vote The…

Advocating for the planet

In May, our summer interns, Maggie and Jenna, jumped into legal research and writing, and into exploring the state, but how time flies!…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–August 2018

Salmon got a big lift this month. The Alaska Supreme Court put an end to litigation between Stand for Salmon and the…

Gwich’in Nation resolves to protect Arctic Refuge

In June, delegates of the Gwich’in Nation unanimously reaffirmed a resolution to protect the birthplace and nursery grounds of the Porcupine caribou…

Army Corps railroads public process

Last month, Trustees submitted comments on the proposed Pebble mine on behalf of our client Nunamta Aulukestai. We pointed out to the…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–July 2018

I believe in the three branches of government because the check on any one branch’s power is what protects our democracy. Our…

McNeil bears need your help

Our legal director Valerie Brown spent time sharing the wild with bears this summer. Now she invites you to help help protect…

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…

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