Posts Tagged "wilderness"

Lawsuit challenges Zinke, King Cove land exchange

Lawsuit challenges Zinke and his public land giveaway Trustees for Alaska filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court today that claims that a land…

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…

There’s a bear behind you!

  Running into a bear can turn into the story of a lifetime. Running into a bear 30 times over can turn…

Recreational Snow Machining in our National Parks

Wrangell-St. Elias, is considering allowing recreational snow machining in the park, including Wilderness. ANILCA does not include recreational snow machine use in parks.

Response Brief Filed in the Izembek Appeal

Brief filed in the legal battle to keep Izembek Refuge protected from a proposed road through Wilderness.

The Ambler Road to Ruin Grinds On

The Road to Ambler is a remnant from Governor Sean Parnell’s ill-conceived “Roads to Resources” program. This proposed 220-mile industrial access road…

Izembek Wilderness Protected!

A Federal judge rules to protect Izembek Wilderness from a proposed road from King Cove to Cold Bay that would have gone through Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.

Arctic Refuge Protected, Again!

The U.S. District Court rules that oil and gas exploration is not allowed on the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The court’s decision shuts down the most recent attempt by the State of Alaska to open the Coastal Plain to damaging oil and gas activities.

Press Release: Court Victory for Wilderness in the Arctic Refuge

Press Release: Court victory for wilderness in the Arctic Refuge

Arctic Refuge Welcomes Trustees for Alaska

In June 2015 several Trustees for Alaska board members and donors traveled to the Aichilik River Valley in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.