Alaska Brief - January 2015 - Newsletter
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Important Cases for 2015: Alaska Brief Newsletter – January 2015

Dear Supporter,
As we begin 2015 and look ahead, I am also reflecting on 2014 and all that Trustees for Alaska accomplished with your support. There were many reasons to celebrate, from President Obama protecting Bristol Bay from oil and gas development to maintaining Wilderness protection in Izembek National Wildlife Refuge to defeating the Silencing Alaskans Act to Trustees’ 40th anniversary. You helped make these successes happen. Thank you!

We are grateful for all of you—from in state and across the country—people who care about Alaska’s future. Your contributions, from the smallest to the largest, give us the foundation and the inspiration to work tirelessly to protect Alaska’s most valuable resources—its natural heritage.

Looking on to 2015, we have continuing critical cases and new issues on the horizon. From protecting the Arctic Refuge to defending Bristol Bay’s salmon fishery from the Pebble Mine to keeping coal in the ground, we are Alaska’s public interest environmental attorneys.

Read about our important cases for 2015.

Here’s to the New Year,

Vicki Clark
Executive Director



Other stories in this issue:

Brian Litmans: One Attorney’s Story About How and Why Trustees is Home

Chuitna: More Than Salmon on the Line

Shop for Conservation


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