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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 … Read more

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 Today, … Read more

Embarking on the tenth Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy

Today we released a short film, “Hooked: Inspiring Youth, Creating Opportunity” by Fly Out Media By: Jenny Weis Celebrating its tenth class in 2018, the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy is a weeklong riverside course, which, through volunteer instructors, teaches fly-fishing, tying, customer service and guiding basics, river etiquette, leadership, conservation and fisheries … Read more

Trout Unlimited, Together With Hundreds of Fishing and Hunting Groups, Applauds Call for Federal Protection of Bristol Bay Watershed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Tim Bristol Alaska Program Director, Trout Unlimited, 907-321-3291 or tbristol@tu.orgPaula Dobbyn — Alaska Director of Communications, Trout Unlimited, 907-230-1513 or pdobbyn@tu.org Trout Unlimited, Together With Hundreds of Fishing and Hunting Groups, Applauds Call for Federal Protection of Bristol Bay Watershed (April 22, 2010, Anchorage, Alaska) Trout Unlimited and the Sportsmans Alliance for … Read more

TU Five Rivers Odyssey: Bristol Bay today

Editor’s note: Building off the success of last year’s Native Odyssey campaign, Trout Unlimited is sending four of our brightest college club leaders in the TU Costa 5 Rivers Program to explore the home of the world’s largest runs of wild salmon: Alaska. These students will explore the Kenai Peninsula, Bristol Bay and the Tongass … Read more

Alaska Board of Fisheries Says Fish Come First in Bristol Bay

12/11/2006 Alaska Board of Fisheries Says Fish Come First in Bristol Bay Dec. 11, 2006 For Immediate Release: Contacts: Lauren Oakes, Trout Unlimited, (907) 321-3725 Peter Christopher, Village of New Stuyahok, (907) 693-3141 Norm Van Vactor, Peter Pan Seafoods, (907) 439-6045 George Matz, fish refuge proposal author, (907) 235-9344 Alaska Board of Fisheries Says Fish … Read more

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 … Read more

Add your business to the list of Bristol Bay supporters

In December 2017, Northern Dynasty filed for their 404 Wetlands Dredge and Fill Permit, one of the critical permits that they need to operate the mine and more specifically, rip up wetlands and fill them with mine waste. By filing for their 404 permit, Pebble’s backers officially kicked off the permitting process for the project … Read more