Monthly Archives: July 2010

EPA Chief Hears Overwhelming Opposition to Pebble

The nation’s top environmental official heard blistering opposition from Bristol Bay residents to the proposed Pebble mine on Wednesday. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson held a listening session in the fishing community of Dillingham where tribal leaders and many others told … Continue reading

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TU– A Great River Advocacy Organization…For Tobacco Chewers?

In its July Water Issue, Outside magazine names TU as one of the nation’s top river advocacy organizations, along with American Rivers, Save Our Wild Salmon, Waterkeeper Alliance and American Whitewater. The sidebar on page 95 says this:  “TU originated … Continue reading

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Savoring Bristol Bay, One Bite At A Time

Earlier this month, Trout Unlimited Alaska enlisted the help of several dozen restaurants and markets in the Pacific Northwest to help spread the word about the risks facing Bristol Bay. In this guest blog entry, Elizabeth Dubovsky, Trout Unlimited Alaska’s … Continue reading

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Check out this online fishing mag

Hey, have you seen the Contemporary Sportsman yet? Check it out — it’s a beautiful new online fishing/hunting mag. Great articles about steelheading, wingshooting, etc. Yours truly has a column (see p. 54) in the most recent summer 2010 edition about Idaho’s … Continue reading

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Progress on the Penobscot, Bristol Bay salmon recipes and more

Read TU’s July newsletter and find out the latest…

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Renewable Energy Bill a Step Forward

Developing more of our nation’s renewable energy resources and moving away from dependence on foreign oil is a move most sportsmen welcome. But tell hunters and anglers that meaningful development of solar and wind power may come at the cost … Continue reading

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A Culinary Adventure in Salmon-Rich Bristol Bay

A group of chefs from California, Oregon and Kodiak, Alaska, recently immersed themselves in the Bristol Bay salmon fishery, observing, harvesting and preparing freshly caught wild sockeye from these pristine Alaska waters. Chefs Helene Kennan of Bon Appetit Management Co., … Continue reading

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