Wild Lands & Wildlife

Will Alaska Supreme Court let Alaskans vote on how the state protects fish?

Trustees for Alaska went to the Alaska Supreme Court today to argue that the Alaska Constitution guarantees Alaskans the right to use…

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Alaskans want Bristol Bay protected

Why hurry through a public comment period for a controversial mega-mining proposal that could destroy Bristol Bay salmon runs and communities? There’s…

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Feds rush Pebble review

Why did Nunamta Aulukestai, a coalition of Alaska Native Village Corporations and tribes, condemn the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for its…

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We should all be water protectors

Last month, scientists and Bristol Bay residents testified before the Alaska House Resources Committee. The group of fishermen and women, experts, and…

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Interior disregards human rights in rush to lease Refuge

Officials from the Interior Department set up meetings in Kaktovik, Utgiagvik, Fairbanks and Anchorage to advance their agenda of leasing the Arctic…

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Ambler project endangers wildlife and people

Mining interests want to cut through public lands and wildlife habitat to build a state funded access road to the Ambler Mining…

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Tribal, Native groups say “no way” to Pebble mine

Our client joined other organizations from the Bristol Bay region in Telling First Quantum Minerals that it opposes the proposed Pebble mine; it is…

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Trustees grew up protecting the Arctic Refuge

Trustees for Alaska grew up protecting the Arctic Refuge. In fact, we fought for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge before it had…

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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…

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Pebble files permit application

Update: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers posted the proposed Pebble mine permit application on Jan. 5, 2018. The document again demonstrates…

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