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December feels bittersweet this year. Sweet because I love snowy mountains and am excited to begin a new chapter of conservation work, community engagement, and exploration of new places here in Vermont. And, also, Alaska holds a special place in my heart, like it does with so many others. Leaving so much that I love about my work and life in Alaska is no easy feat. These transitions, however rewarding and full of hope, can be challenging. And yet it was a transition that brought me to Alaska to work for Trustees years ago.
The May 2016 issue of the Alaska Brief newsletter includes stories on the proposed Chuitna coal mine, our work to protect Izembek Refuge from a road through Wilderness, a Client Perspective from NPCA and a story on how and why Vicki Clark came to work for Trustees.