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Save the Western Arctic

Save the Western Arctic

The Interior Department couldn’t protect national parks from vandals during the government shutdown, but it managed to fund meetings for its Arctic…

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Falling in love with Alaska

Falling in love with Alaska

Tracy Lohman does development work for Trustees, and has lived in Alaska for nearly 30 years. Here she talks about falling in…

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Alaska Brief–December 2018

Alaska Brief–December 2018

  Happy holidays! I hope you are gathering in this celebratory season with friends and family to share the warmth of good…

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Our Alaska

Our Alaska

Tis the season to remember what we love about our work, our lives, and our homes. Here, Trustees staff share photos that capture…

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Ambler road rears its head

Ambler road rears its head

A Canadian mining company wants Alaska to finance a private industrial road in the Brooks Range of northern Alaska and the State…

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Difficult climbs take teamwork

Difficult climbs take teamwork

Tom Meacham joined the board of Trustees for Alaska in 2015. Here, he talks about how the work of protecting Alaska’s land,…

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Alaska’s largest Arctic lake threatened

Alaska’s largest Arctic lake threatened

The Trump administration intends to undermine protections to public lands vital to wildlife and the health of the Arctic by opening them…

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Alaska Brief–November 2018

Alaska Brief–November 2018

Fighting to protect wilderness, wildlife, and clean air and water can feel disheartening. It just got harder in Alaska with the election…

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Seeking part-time office help

Seeking part-time office help

Updated December 2018: Position filled! Trustees for Alaska is looking for someone to work 10 to 15 hours a week to scan…

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“Frontier” land grab continues

“Frontier” land grab continues

Peggy Tileston is a board member and one of the founders of Trustees for Alaska. Below, she offers decades of perspective on…

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