Despite liberal allowances for clearcutting, Southeast Alaska's timber industry may be on its way out.
The Emperor Goose population has rebounded.
President Trump's Executive Order on expanding federal offshore energy puts the Arctic Ocean back on the table for offshore drilling.
Today, the Trump Administration directed the Department of Interior to walk back protections to vital marine areas in the U.S. Arctic Ocean.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Transfer Act and the State National Forest Management Act aim to continue large-tree old-growth logging.
Record number of Senators support bill to permanently protect the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge as wilderness.
The clearest threat to the Refuge comes in the form of the 2018 congressional budget reconciliation process.
Senators will vote on whether to repeal the US Fish and Wildlife Final Rule, which prevents intensive hunting techniques on National Wildlife Refuges.
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