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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION NOMINEE WANTS TO OPEN PRISTINE ALASKAN REFUGE TO DRILLING

From: Think Progress

“During his time as an aide at the agency during the George W. Bush administration, current Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt “substantially rewrote official biological…

STATE OF ALASKA RENEWS EFFORT TO SEARCH FOR OIL IN THE ARCTIC REFUGE

From: The Wilderness Society

“Joining the Trump administration’s assault on federal lands across America, the state of Alaska is preparing to renew efforts to explore for oil on the…

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION EYES LOOSER PREDATOR CONTROL LIMITS ON FEDERAL LANDS

From: Alaska Dispatch News

“"It's certainly an attempt by the Trump administration to do away with these wildlife protection rules," said Rick Steiner, a retired University of Alaska…

THE KILLING LAND

From: Craig Medred

““The essential conflict (now) is that Alaska encourages lethal removal of predators in order to increase the supply of game animals while the federal agencies are…

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT ORDERS NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TO RECONSIDER HUNTING REGS IN NATIONAL PRESERVES IN ALASKA

From: National Parks Traveler

“The directive to the Park Service drew immediate condemnation from the National Parks Conservation Association President and CEO Theresa Pierno. “U.S.…


News Releases

ALASKA PERMANENT FUND WEANS OFF FOSSIL FUEL COMPANIES

Both Portfolio Percentage and Return-on-Investment in Oil & Gas Down Sharply

TONGASS “GOOD NEIGHBOR” AGREEMENT GOES BAD

Alexander Archipelago Logging Did No Restoration and Timber Exported to Asia

LAWSUIT TO PENETRATE ALASKA PETROLEUM CONTROVERSY

Premature Disclosure of New NPRA Estimates Led to Resignation in Ethics Protest

ASSAULT RIFLE SLAUGHTER OF WOLVES OUTSIDE DENALI

Alaska Belatedly Imposes No-Hunt Buffer to Avert Wolf Population Implosion

ALASKA PARES ITS PREDATOR CONTROL PROGRAM

State Agrees to National Academy Review of Scientific Merits as Opposition Mounts