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Court Rules to Halt Large Timber Sale in the Tongass
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Court Rules to Halt Large Timber Sale in the Tongass

Decision puts the brakes on old-growth clear-cut logging, for now.

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BLM’s Final Environmental Review for  Arctic Refuge Drilling Glaringly Underestimates Harm to Wildlife
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BLM’s Final Environmental Review for Arctic Refuge Drilling Glaringly Underestimates Harm to Wildlife

Rushed and faulty process gives green light to massive and permanent destruction of Arctic Refuge’s Coastal Plain, an irreplaceable habitat for birds and other wildlife

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Massive Oil Project Poses Risks to People, Birds, and Other Wildlife
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Massive Oil Project in AK Poses Risks to People, Birds, and Other Wildlife

The Willow project raises scientific concerns for this important Arctic ecosystem.

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Village of Nuiqsut challenges BLM's approval of drilling program in Western Arctic
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Village of Nuiqsut challenges BLM's approval of drilling program

— Audubon Alaska shares their concerns particularly those related to birds and other wildlife.
National Audubon Society Names Natalie Dawson as Audubon Alaska’s Next Executive Director
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Audubon Welcomes Natalie Dawson

— The National Audubon Society has announced the appointment of Natalie Dawson as executive director of Audubon Alaska, the Alaska state office of the National Audubon Society.
Redo of Land Management Plan for Western Arctic Puts  Globally Important Habitat of Teshepuk Lake at Risk
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Redo of Land Management Plan for Western Arctic Puts Globally Important Habitat of Teshepuk Lake at Risk

— Audubon is dedicated to protecting this ecological hotspot as Department of Interior announces decision to redo current plan
Forest Service’s “Landscape Level Analysis” ignores ecology and economics
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Forest Service’s “Landscape Level Analysis” ignores ecology and economics

— Environmental review process reveals unsustainable focus on old-growth logging
Massive new oil project poses risks to Arctic birds and wildlife
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Massive new oil project poses risks to Arctic birds and wildlife

— Fast-tracked Willow development project shifts into high-gear in the Western Arctic.
Changes to Roadless Rule puts Alaska’s old-growth forests at risk
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Changes to Roadless Rule puts Alaska’s old-growth forests at risk

— Process to write Alaska-specific rule could open protected areas to logging.
Audubon Alaska Honored by the Coast Guard for Bering Strait Mapping
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Audubon Alaska Honored by the Coast Guard for Bering Strait Mapping

— Audubon Alaska received a Public Service Commendation from the USCG for Audubon's recommendations regarding Areas to be Avoided in the Bering Strait Port Access Route Study.
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Rushed Lease Sale Process Jeopardizes the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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Rushed Lease Sale Process Jeopardizes the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

— Migrating Arctic birds face an uncertain future as the Department of the Interior accelerates process.
Tongass National Forest narrowly avoids threat from spending bill
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Tongass avoids threat from spending bill

— Two Tongass-related riders are not included in the legislative text for the 2018 omnibus spending bill.

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