Newsletters

Meet Marlyn Twitchell

  Meet board member Marlyn Twitchell, a second generation Alaskan who grew up in Juneau. Her deeply rooted emotional and spiritual connection to…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–September 2017

Polar bears and sea snails tell a human story I just got back from Barter Island and the Inupiaq village of Kaktovik,…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–August 2017

On fish stories and protests The people of Bristol Bay will share the big fish story of 2017 for years to come.…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–July 2017

When it comes to how our current leaders grapple with the health of Americans and the health of public lands, we have…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–June 2017

Dear Supporter: Do you remember that movie “Independence Day”? It told the story of people coming together to fend off a destructive…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter — April 2017

Dear Supporter: We have good reason to celebrate this month. The company that wanted to put a coal strip mine through 14 miles…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter — March 2017

Scott Pruitt’s attack on science is an attack on our communities. When the head of the Environmental Protection Agency undermines science, he…

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