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Order wild sockeye salmon, help protect Bristol Bay

September 27, 2017 Contact:Nelli Williams, Alaska Program Director, Trout Unlimited (907) 230-7121 or nwilliams@tu.orgMatt Luck, Founder, Pride of Bristol Bay (208) 720-4226 or matt@prideofbristolbay.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Order wild sockeye salmon, help protect Bristol Bay Innovative partnership between Pride of Bristol Bay and Trout Unlimited helps safeguard Bristol Bay, Alaska’s rivers and fisheries. ANCHORAGE, AK…

Savor Bristol Bay Salmon Week in Seattle, Washington

For Immediate Release Nov. 13, 2009 Contacts: Paula Dobbyn, Communications Director, Trout Unlimited Alaskapdobbyn@tu.org or 907-230-1513 Kevin Davis, Co-Owner and Executive Chef, Steelhead Dinerkevin@steelheaddiner.com or 206-625-0129 Savor Bristol Bay Salmon Week in Seattle, Washington November 15 21, 2009 Trout Unlimited and Seattle Chefs and Restaurants Come Together to Promote and Protect Alaskas Bristol Bay, the…

Alaskans comment in record numbers to preserve EPAs proposed protections for Bristol Bay

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 18, 2017 Contact: Alannah Hurley, United Tribes of Bristol Bay, (907) 843-1633 or ahurley@utbb.org Nelli Williams, Trout Unlimited – Alaska Program, (907) 230-7121 or nwilliams@tu.org Tim Bristol, SalmonState, (907) 321-3291 or tim@salmonstate.org Alaskans comment in record numbers to preserve EPAs proposed protections for Bristol Bay The EPAs proposal to withdraw protections…

Pride of Bristol Bay – great salmon, great cause, great deal

Published in TU Business

Here’s your chance to be a part of permanent protection for Bristol Bay. For the month of May 2021, Pride of Bristol Bay is offering TU members a 15% discount on their delicious sockeye salmon, while supplies last. Just go to Pride of Bristol Bay and enter the the code ThanksTU15 at checkout. Orders are valid for the month of May while supplies last, for a one-time purchase of any size box, fillets or portions.

Pebble Mine stopped

Published in Conservation, Featured

Today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the key permit for the proposed Pebble Mine and announced that it found the proposed Pebble mine would cause significant degradation to the Bristol Bay region

TU Applauds EPA for proposing mining limits in Bristol Bay

July 18, 2014 Contact: Chris Wood at (571) 274-0601 Tim Bristol (907) 321-3291 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sportsmen Applaud EPAs Decision to Limit Mining in Alaskas Bristol Bay Agency proposes mining restrictions in Bristol Bay to protect salmon, world-class angling and 14,000 American jobs ANCHORAGE, AK Sportsmen around the country applaud the EPAs release of its…

Bristol Bay leaders grateful for Sen. Murkowski’s directive to follow science in Pebble mine permit review

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:  Ralph Andersen, Bristol Bay Native Association President & CEO, (907) 842-5257Norm Van Vactor, Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation, (907) 843-2508Nanci Morris Lyon, Bear Trail Lodge, (907) 469-0622Lindsay Layland, United Tribes of Bristol Bay Deputy Director, (907) 843-2401 ANCHORAGE, AK  — Today, Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), the Chair of the Interior, Environment…

Have a Bristol Bay salmon dinner … with a mission

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By: Jenny Weis Eating delicious, wild, Bristol Bay salmon in your home just got easier thanks to TU Gold-level business member, Pride of Bristol Bay. (Click to order!*) Let me tell you why I’m so excited about this. Fishing Bristol Bay is amazing in its own right. The trout are enormous, the landscape is remote…

Hunters, Anglers, Sportsmen Call on Obama Administration and Federal Environmental Protection Agency to Protect Bristol Bay, Alaska

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hunters, Anglers, Sportsmen Call on Obama Administration and Federal Environmental Protection Agency to Protect Bristol Bay, Alaska More than 360 outdoor organizations join forces and ask the EPA and White House to stand up for sportsmen and protect Bristol Bay Washington, D.C. – A united coalition of fishing, hunting and sporting organizations…

House Bill from Outside Representative threatens Bristol Bay salmon, culture, jobs

Screen Shot 2015-12-10 at 12.28.39 PM.png December 10, 2015 Contact: Alannah Hurley, Executive Director, United Tribes of Bristol Bay (907) 843-1633 Melanie Brown, Member&fisherman, Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay (907) 244-1169 Nelli Williams, Alaska Program Director, Trout Unlimited (907) 230-7121 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: House Bill from Outside Representative threatens Bristol Bay salmon, culture, jobs Proposed…

Alaskans urge EPA officials to maintain Bristol Bay protections

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 12, 2017 Contact: Alannah Hurley, United Tribes of Bristol Bay (907) 843-1633 or Nelli Williams, Trout Unlimited (907) 230-7121 Photos and video from the hearings: available upon request ALASKANS URGE EPA OFFICIALS TO MAINTAIN BRISTOL BAY PROTECTIONS An overwhelming majority who attended hearings in Dillingham and Iliamna requested proposed 2014 protections…

EPA Takes First Step Toward Protecting Bristol Bay, Announces Scientific Assessment of Watershed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EPA Takes First Step Toward Protecting Bristol Bay, Announces Scientific Assessment of Watershed Anchorage – Alaska Natives, the commercial fishing industry and sportsmen applauded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys announcement today to conduct a scientific assessment of the Bristol Bay watershed. Todays announcement from the EPA is a great first step toward…

Alaskans deliver thousands of postcards to Senator Lisa Murkowski seeking protection for Bristol Bay

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Alannah Hurley, United Tribes of Bristol Bay (907) 843-1633 or girlasue@gmail.com Nelli Williams, Trout Unlimiteds Alaska Program (907) 230-7127 or nwilliams@tu.orgAlaskans deliver thousands of postcards to Senator Lisa Murkowski seeking protection for Bristol BayANCHORAGE (September 29, 2015) A group of Alaskans representing Bristol Bay tribes and businesses will deliver thousands of…

Eat Wild Salmon and Savor Bristol Bay

Media Contact: Paula Dobbyn, Director of Communications, Trout Unlimited Alaska, 907-230-1513, pdobbyn@tu.org Chef Contacts: Bryan Szeliga Chef de Cuisine, Lucy’s Table 303-910-2999bryanjohnszeliga@gmail.comKevin Davis Chef/Owner, Steelhead Diner and Blueacre Seafood 206-427-2915Kevin@steelheaddiner.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Eat Wild Salmon and Savor Bristol Bay Northwest Restaurants and Markets Help Trout Unlimited Alaska to Protect Bristol Bay Salmon from Mine…