Posts Tagged "People & Places"

America’s Best Idea, the National Parks, Turns 100

Trustees for Alaska’s Staff Attorney Katie Strong shares why national parks are important to her as the National Park System turns 100.

Donor Jane Sauer Gives Monthly to Protect Alaska

Jane Sauer gives monthly to support Trustees for Alaska, because she feels its important to protect Alaska’s unique beauty and majesty.

2016 Summer Interns

Meet Trustees for Alaska’s 2016 summer interns.


Marine Biology to Environmental Advocate

Trustees for Alaska’s Executive Director Vicki Clark tells her story on how and why she works to protect Alaska.


Extern Kendall Hamilton Reflects on Time with Trustees

Kendall Hamilton reflects on her extern experience learning environmental law with Trustees for Alaska.

Arctic Refuge Visit Inspired by Original Advocates

40 years after meeting Mardy Murie, Vance Carruth visits the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge with Trustees for Alaska.


Kendall Hamilton Joins Staff as Student Extern

Kendall Hamilton has joined Trustees for Alaska as a student extern for her spring semester at the University of Washington School of Law.

Bella Hammond Continues to Fight Pebble

Client Perspective: Bella Hammond took on the Pebble Mine as one of the plaintiffs in the constitutional challenge against the State issuing exploration permits for decades without public input. Trustees for Alaska won that case for the plaintiffs before the Alaska Supreme Court. This is Bella’s story about why she got involved and stays involved in the fight against Pebble.


Paralegal Jennie Frost Joins Trustees’ Team

Jennie Frost is the newest team member at Trustees for Alaska. As a certified paralegal, Jennie will be supporting our attorneys with…


Michelle Meyer Takes the Helm as Board Chair

Trustees for Alaska elects Michelle Meyer at Board Chair. She’s served on the Board since 2011.