Posts Tagged "Trustees for Alaska"

New Strategic Plan Adopted

The Trustees for Alaska Board of Directors adopted the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan that will guide our work for the next three years.

Board of Directors Welcomes Dr. Todd Radenbaugh

Dr. Todd Radenbaugh has joined Trustees for Alaska’s Board of Directors. He brings his environmental science expertise to the Board.


Spend Summer 2017 Protecting Alaska’s Environment!

Trustees for Alaska is seeking legal interns with a demonstrated commitment to public interest law and the environment.


Fall Celebration!

Come join our Fall Celebration with Trustees for Alaska September 29, 2016 at the Red Chair Cafe from 5-8:30 PM!

Alaska Brief Newsletter – September 2016

The September issue of Trustees for Alaska’s monthly newsletter, the Alaska Brief, includes stories on the National Park Service centennial, BLM lands, and interns.

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.

Alaska Brief Newsletter – May 2016

The May 2016 issue of the Alaska Brief newsletter includes stories on the proposed Chuitna coal mine, our work to protect Izembek Refuge from a road through Wilderness, a Client Perspective from NPCA and a story on how and why Vicki Clark came to work for Trustees.

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.


Alaska Brief Newsletter – April 2016

The April 2016 issue of the Alaska Brief includes stories on Chuitna, the Yukon-Charley Hovercraft case, a new approach to mitigation for the NPR-A, and Kendall Hamilton reflects on her externship.

Alaska Brief Newsletter: January 2016

The January issue of Trustees for Alaska’s Alaska Brief newsletter includes stories on the important cases for 2016, a link to Outside Magazine’s story on the Yukon-Charley navigable waters case before the US Supreme Court, predator control regulations and introduces extern Kendall Hamilton.