Posts Tagged "Wild Lands & Wildlife"

Alaska Brief Newsletter–October 2017

October brought good news I love the fall season. The smell of change cuts through the Alaska chill and reminds me that…

Ninth Circuit upholds NPS authority over waterways

  The Ninth Circuit Court ruled today to uphold the National Park Service’s authority to manage boating activities on navigable rivers within…

Taking heart from the wild

Kat, Catherine and Hannah finished their summer internships with Trustees, but they wrote their reflections on what they learned and accomplished, both in…

Defending a national treasure

Catherine, Hannah and Kat finished their summer internships with Trustees, but left these words as a reflection on what they learned and accomplished,…

Protections for Alaska bears and wolves at risk

  Two memos from the Department of Interior may undo years of work and public comment that helped shape wildlife regulations in…

Lessons learned on the trail

Trustees interns always explore the Alaska wilderness with new eyes and perspectives. Here, Catherine talks about the life lessons learned on the…

Alaska’s wild life just miles from the city

Trustees interns always explore the Alaska wilderness with new eyes and perspectives. Here, Hannah Oakes talks about bumping into Alaska’s wild life…

Interns on the issues: Does Alaska view wolves as vermin or vital species?

Our summer interns, Kat, Catherine and Hannah, have already jumped into legal research and writing—and into Alaska’s wilderness. This summer, they will write…

Art that reflects the land

Ryder Erickson makes paintings from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska. He says climate change hits close to home. He’s a self-taught artist…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — April 2017

Dear Supporter: We have good reason to celebrate this month. The company that wanted to put a coal strip mine through 14 miles…

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