Monthly Archives: November 2009

Vote For Jim Range As Budweiser Conservationist of the Year

Former TU Trustee Jim Range, who died earlier this year, has been nominated for the Budweiser Conservationist of the Year Award. To vote, go to their web site. Votes are being accepted through December 15, 2009. Jim Range was a … Continue reading

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Support These Seattle Restaurants Working to Save Salmon

Trout Unlimited Alaska’s Savor Bristol Bay event in Seattle this week generated a swirl of media interest. After the Associated Press wrote a story about it, the former Alaska Speaker of the House and Pebble mine proponent Gail Phillips called … Continue reading

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Still no settlement in Roan talks

Attorneys representing TU and a host of other conservation groups reported last week  there is still no settlement in a dispute over the legality of the August 2008 natural gas leases atop the Roan Plateau. To further complicate the situation, … Continue reading

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Wild or hatchery … you decide

The popular fly fishing website and blog, Moldy Chum, is hosting a poll for steelhead anglers who ply the waters of Washington state. Moldy Chum, whose founders are avid steelheaders, wants to provide some data to the Washington Department of … Continue reading

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Survey Shows Widespread Opposition to Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay

A recent survey of Bristol Bay, Alaska, residents shows widespread disapproval of the proposed Pebble Mine. Meanwhile, Alaska Native groups are stepping up their calls for mining companies to abandon the project. Read more:

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