Wild Lands & Wildlife

Supreme Court hears hovercraft case

Today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that has broader implications than John Sturgeon’s desire to use a…

Donuts and bears don’t mix

It sounds sketchy because it is—using spotlights in dens to kill grizzly sows with cubs, wolves with cubs, or using donuts to…

Our salmon need you

Help us fight for the future of Alaska salmon  Bristol Bay salmon broke all records this summer. The largest recorded run of…

The legal waiting game

Trustees and its clients will play the legal waiting game this fall while waiting for several District Court decisions. These rulings could…

Alaska Brief Newsletter–September 2018

We don’t need Twitter to tell us that the Trump administration couldn’t care less about where or how Alaskans-or any Americans-live in…

Vote for salmon Nov. 6

Election Day is Nov. 6, but Alaskans need to know some other deadlines leading up to that day. Register to vote The…

Interns on the issues: The fight for Izembek

In May, our summer interns, Maggie and Jenna, jumped into legal research and writing—not to mention Alaska’s wild. During her time here, Jenna Lewis…

Protect bears, wolves now!

Two Alaskans made the news last month after lying about unlawfully killing a female bear and her cubs. One of the headlines…

Court ruling puts fish habitat measure on statewide ballot

An Alaska Supreme Court decision this month will allow Alaskans to vote on how they want salmon habitat protected during development projects.…

Army Corps railroads public process

Last month, Trustees submitted comments on the proposed Pebble mine on behalf of our client Nunamta Aulukestai. We pointed out to the…

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