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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…

A click to save the wild

Matt Mead grew up skiing, hunting, fishing, mountain biking and hiking in the Pacific Northwest. Seeking more adventure and more of the…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — February 2017

Dear Supporter: Maybe you heard the story of the senator who persisted when told she couldn’t speak.Senate Republicans invoked a little known…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — January 2017

Dear Supporter: First, let me say thank you for your tremendous generosity to Trustees in your year-end giving!Because of you, we exceeded…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — December 2016

Dear Supporter: On November 9th, we woke up to a stark new reality that demands that we stand together.We woke up to…

Pebble called “worthless”

A New York based investment firm gave Bristol Bay a Valentine this week. Kerrisdale Capital, a research-oriented firm, described the Pebble project…

What’s at stake in new political climate

A political tsunami will wash over the country on inauguration day. We don’t yet know what the damage will be, but we…

The Pebble Mine is not dead

  Pebble is not dead. The Canadian conglomerate that wants to mine in Bristol Bay continues to pay lobbyists. It continues to tout the…

Alaska Brief Newsletter – November 2016

The November newsletter responds to the Trump presidential win, Wishbone Hill update and Pebble leaves a mess for Alaskans.

Alaska Brief Newsletter – October 2016

The October issue of the Alaska Brief includes our new strategic plan, the recent polar bear trip, welcome to Todd Radenbaugh, and more.

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