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Our longtime friend and supporter Nancy Lord used to set-net on the west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet. Beluga whales “often passed our camp in huge pods, often more than a hundred at a time, and sometimes when we were in our skiff we’d cut the motor just to drift among them,” she said. “They always avoided our nets.”
The August 2015 issue of Trustees for Alaska's electronic newsletter, the Alaska Brief. This issue includes stories on the Seward Coal Loading Facility, beluga whales, Chuitna water reservations, and Russ Maddox provides a client perspective.
Rachel’s family knew she would be a lawyer before she did. Her grandfather used to tell her that long before she knew a thing about the legal field, but she didn’t buy it—maybe because she didn’t like other people telling her what to do, or maybe because she was the family member who would argue with him about anything, or because she was just a kid with an imagination as broad and expansive as the future. Whatever the case, no one doubted her penchant for advocacy. Take the story of the shiny red shoes.
The July issue of the Alaska Brief includes stories on winning the Wishbone Hill expired permit lawsuit, the shut down of the Knik Arm Bridge, monthly donor Jane Sauer and Kim Williams Congressional testimony at yet another hearing on the Pebble Mine.