Learn more about what Trustees for Alaska is doing to protect Alaska’s marine ecosystems, areas of critical biological importance.
Trustees for Alaska achieved many victories for conservation during 2015 including protection of the Arctic Refuge, Pebble permits ruled unconstitutional, predators protected, and many more.… Read More
Seward residents knew for years that coal was dropping into Resurrection Bay from the Seward Coal Loading Facility. In late 2009, Trustees for Alaska, representing Alaska Community Action on Toxics and the Sierra Club, sent a letter to the owner … Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 8, 2015 Contacts: Pamela Miller, (907) 222-7714 (o); (907) 242-9991 (cell) Meg Matthews, email@example.com / 206.291.5942 U.S. Supreme Court Decision a Victory for Seward’s Resurrection Bay Court Declines to Hear Appeal from Companies that Have Dumped … Read More
Trustees for Alaska is working on important conservation issues and legal cases in 2015. Even with our limited resources, we have a lot on our plate: We will continue our work on state and federal cases; We remain involved in … Read More
Looking back over the last twelve months, Trustees for Alaska and everyone who loves Alaska have a lot to celebrate. Trustees had successes and worked on cases in the far corners of the state, from Bristol Bay to Izembek, the … Read More
President Obama gave Bristol Bay and the Southeast Bering Sea permanent protection from offshore oil and gas activities in a Presidential Memorandum issued on December 16, 2014. Bristol Bay is our nation’s “fish basket” with over 450 species of fish, … Read More
1974-1984: The First Decade Beirne Homestead Initiative Trustees for Alaska challenged the constitutionality of the Beirne Homestead Initiative, which would have given away 30 million acres of state land. The Alaska Supreme Court found it unconstitutional that Alaska residents of … Read More