Marian Giannulis

  • Community

    Watch “School of Fish” today

    Presented by Orvis with support from Trout Unlimited Editor’s Note: This Native American Heritage Month, Trout Unlimited is celebrating and honoring the efforts of our tribal partners who, since time immemorial, have been stewards of the lands, waters, and wildlife that they hold sacred. We are inspired by the stories of the Nez Perce working…

  • Advocacy

    The Fight for Bristol Bay Continues

    Four men stand with signs reading "We are fine without a mine. No Pebble Mine"

    Lawsuit by the State of Alaska threatens Clean Water Act protections. Earlier this year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finalized Clean Water Act safeguards for the headwaters of Bristol Bay. These safeguards established a prohibition and restriction on mine waste discharge in the Pebble deposit area in the headwaters of Bristol Bay. This win was…

  • Clean Water Act

    Celebrating Bristol Bay 

    President Joe Biden and Alannah Hurley laugh together in the oval office

    In January we celebrated the monumental news of finalized Clean Water Act 404(c) safeguards for the headwaters of Bristol Bay. Last week, the celebration continued with a party at the White House.   Trout Unlimited’s CEO Chris Wood and Alaska Director Nelli Williams attended a historic celebration of Bristol Bay’s newly finalized protections with many friends…

  • Community

    Meet Aaron, TU Alaska’s new Habitat Restoration Director

    Aaron Prussian is the new habitat restoration director for Trout Unlimited’s Alaska Program. Aaron will spend his time managing and growing TU’s restoration work across the state. From ongoing projects on Resurrection Creek, to emerging projects in southeast and interior Alaska, Aaron will work  to ensure our restoration efforts bring maximum benefits to local fish…

  • Conservation Advocacy

    Safeguards for America’s largest, fishiest forest

    Roadless Rule restored on 9.3 million acres of the Tongass

    Roadless Rule restored on 9.3 million acres of the Tongass A huge swath of America’s largest and fishiest forest is now safe from industrial clear-cut logging of old growth trees. The U.S. Forest Service announced this week that it is restoring roadless protections on 9.3 million acres of Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, conserving plentiful…