July 2012 - Alaska Brief - Newsletter
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July 2012 Legal Brief

Dear Friend,

I want to personally thank you for your tremendous support of Trustees for Alaska by sharing the latest edition of our electronic newsletter, Legal Brief.

As you read on you will learn about our latest battles on behalf of Alaska’s unique and diverse ecosystems, spectacular fish and wildlife populations, and the special communities we represent.

That’s why I am writing you to ask for your continued support today. With nearly 40 years of administrative and litigation experience and expertise, not only in Federal statutes and regulations, but also in Alaska’s unique legal framework, Trustees for Alaska continues to address the issues related to restoring and protecting the ecosystems of Alaska.

As always, we offer many ways to give. In addition to making a one-time gift, you can increase the value of your gift by joining our monthly giving program. By choosing the monthly giving option you will reduce mail costs so more of your gift goes directly to protecting the environmental and social health of Alaska. Both options are available on our website www.trustees.org — click on Donate Now — it’s now easier than ever!

I can assure you that we will use your dollars wisely — right here in Alaska — to fight for the protection of the resources that are a part of every American’s natural heritage. That’s our promise to you.

Trish Rolfe, Executive Director

P.S. Important News: Trustees for Alaska’s 2012 Matching Gift Challenge is on through August 31st! Act now to double the impact of your support at this critical time. Help us by making your tax-deductible gift today! Thank you.

In this month’s issue:

  • Latest decision in Pebble Case regarding fees and costs goes to the Alaska Supreme Court
  • Keeping the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Wild Forever
  • Trustees for Alaska Introduces Summer Interns

Read the full July 2012 Alaskan environmental newsletter