Posts Tagged "salmon"

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.

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Final Hearing on Water for Salmon

Final hearing set for precedent setting water reservation applications to preserve water for salmon in the Chuitna River watershed in an area where PacRim wants to destroy 14 miles of a salmon stream to mine for coal.

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Bristol Bay Case Won by Trustees for Alaska

Alaska’s Supreme Court rules that Pebble’s mining exploration requires public notice and analysis in the Constitutional challenge by Trustees for Alaska.

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Beluga Resident Fights Dirty Coal

CLIENT PERSPECTIVE: Judy Heilman, member of the Chuitna Citizens Coalition, shares her story of why she believes it is wrong to mine…

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Water for Salmon, Not Coal

Middle Creek, an important salmon spawning tributary of the Chuitna River in Upper Cook Inlet, lies in the middle of where PacRim…

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Bristol Bay Permanently Protected from Offshore Oil and Gas

President Obama gave Bristol Bay and the Southeast Bering Sea permanent protection from offshore oil and gas activities in a Presidential Memorandum…

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Pebble Partnership Delayed Public Process on Bristol Bay

Over the last year, Pebble Limited Partnership (Pebble), the corporation behind the proposed Pebble Mine has filed three lawsuits against EPA, challenging…

Judge Dismisses Pebble Partnership’s Lawsuit

Anchorage, AK:  Ruling from the bench, Alaska U.S. District Court Judge H. Russel Holland dismissed Pebble Limited Partnership’s (Pebble) and Alaska Peninsula…

Top Ten Reasons Trustees for Alaska Defends Bristol Bay from the Pebble Project

Bristol Bay is pristine and wild. Spanning an area almost as large as the nation’s 10 smallest states combined, the region provides…

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Instream Flow Reservations for Chuitna River Watershed

On October 15, 2013, the Superior Court ruled that the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) failed to follow the law when…

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