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Alaska Brief–April 2019

Happily, the sun has returned, with wild flowers, devil’s club, mosquitoes, bears, and salmon right behind it.  It seems like spring prompts…

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Last chance to say No Pebble mine!

The last public hearing on the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Pebble mine takes place today, April 16, in Anchorage,…

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Spring onto our team

You may have spoken out against the proposed Pebble mine before, and we are grateful you did. All of us need to…

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Why thank the mundane for democracy?

Most administrative documents don’t make it into the limelight, but Freedom of Information Act requests have recently sparked politically charged commentary and media attention.

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Alaska Brief–March 2019

Cook Inlet stretches 180 miles from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage, where it splits like a crab claw into the Knik…

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Protect what you love about Alaska: Pick.Click.Give

Support the future you want As an Alaskan, you get to decide what our future looks like – protect what you love…

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Alaska Brief–January 2019

  Federal employees got zero dollars on their paychecks. Air and water quality monitoring ceased in some communities. Trash accumulated at national…

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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

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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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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