Search Results for "beluga whales"

Mixed Victory for Salmon on the Chuitna River

Chuitna Citizens Coalition was granted one of its three requested water rights on Middle Creek, an important tributary, and salmon spawning and rearing habitat, of the Chuitna River, where PacRim wants to strip mine for coal.

Protecting Alaska’s Western Arctic

Trustees for Alaska works to protect the Special Areas and wildlife resources of the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska in the face of increased energy development and the escalating impacts of climate change.

Mixing Oil with Water

Trustees for Alaska has worked for decades with a coalition of tribes and other organizations to protect the clean water, fish, and wildlife resources of Cook Inlet.

40 Years of Defending Alaska – 1974-2014

1974-1984: The First Decade Beirne Homestead Initiative Trustees for Alaska challenged the constitutionality of the Beirne Homestead Initiative, which would have given…

Marine Ecosystems

Preventing harm to Alaska’s coast and marine areas Alaska has more coastline than all the contiguous states combined. These marine areas support…

March 2013 Legal Brief Newsletter

Greetings, I used to enjoy seeing beluga whales frolicking in the waters of Cook Inlet from my office window. Now that formerly…

Predator Control Program Said to Violate “Sustained Yield” Requirement in State Constitution

Populations of wildlife eradicated by allowing aerial hunting In a brief filed today in the Alaska Supreme Court, conservation groups charged that…

Settlement Negotiated on Cook Inlet Dredging

In August 1999, Trustees for Alaska successfully negotiated an agreement with the US Army Corps of Engineers to protect Cook Inlet beluga…

70 Tracts of Cook Inlet Areawide Not For Sale

On April 23, 1999 Trustees for Alaska, successfully argued in State Superior Court for the temporary stay of the sale of 70…