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Save the Chuitna – Watch the trailer and join the fight against coal mining on salmon streams

Save the Chuitna – Watch the trailer and join the fight against coal mining on salmon streams

By Paul Moinester   |   Mar 2, 2015 March 2, 2015

There is something intensely visceral and awe-inspiring about the Chuitna Watershed. Deep pools teeming with wild Pacific salmon pervade the vast landscape. Oversized tracks from grizzlies and moose are omnipresent, creating an eerie feeling as you navigate through fields of fireweed. And the spirit of the native Tyonek people,… Read More

Protecting Bristol Bay: Smart Money

Protecting Bristol Bay: Smart Money

By Dylan Tomine   |   Dec 22, 2014 December 22, 2014

By Dylan Tomine President Obama’s recent protection of Bristol Bay from oil and gas exploration may feel like a victory for fish and the environment, but I think it’s really about time and money. Which in this case, is just as good. Here’s why: Oil and gas reserves, as… Read More

Elwha River Uplift

Elwha River Uplift

Sep 8, 2014 September 8, 2014

Words and photos by Dylan Tomine The kids and I decided to squeeze in one last, close-to-home, weekday excursion before school started, so we headed over to the newly dam-free Elwha River for a little float. The last piece of the upper dam was removed last week,… Read More

Fear and Self-Loathing in Punta Allen

Fear and Self-Loathing in Punta Allen

By Mike Thompson   |   May 14, 2014 May 14, 2014

By Mike Thompson “Push the button.” “No, you push the button.” “What the hell, push it Ellen!” She did. I knew I was going to be profiled as a narcotraficante even though the contraband I was trying to sneak past the customs officer was anything but drugs. In fact,… Read More

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