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Meghan Barker

  • Special Places Conservation Trout Talk

    Giving Pebble the Boot

    Korkers wading boot supports the next chapter of conservation in Bristol Bay Korkers has designed a limited-edition pair of Devil’s Canyon wading boots with Trout Unlimited in support of permanent and durable safeguards Bristol Bay, and 35% of profits will be donated to TU’s Save Bristol Bay campaign. Purchase yours here. For the past two…

  • Conservation

    Watch: “Everyone In Between”

    Highlighting two threatened fisheries on opposite ends of America In 2020, Captains for Clean Water released the film “Everyone in Between” which highlights the need to protect two critical fisheries that are at great risk: Bristol Bay and the Everglades. The film just won “Best in Conservation” at the 15th annual Drake Fly Fishing Video…

  • An Alaska Flyfisher’s Odyssey

    TU life member pens stories of Alaska with a big gift back to conservation Dan Hoffman knows fishing and knows Alaska. Put the two together, and Hoffman has a lifetime of stories that take him from Katmai National Park in Bristol Bay, to the Kenai Peninsula, and north in to the Interior. He’s compiled some…

  • Protections for Bristol Bay back on track

    Photo by Fly Out Media On Friday of last week, the U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska overturned the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) 2019 decision to withdraw the Bristol Bay 404(c) Proposed Determination, putting back in place science-based limits on large mine waste in the headwaters of Bristol Bay.   This victory concludes a two-year-long lawsuit by Trout Unlimited and comes in the wake of a recent ruling in…

  • Advocacy

    First voices, first advocates

    Fish racks hold sockeye salmon that will be put away from winter at a traditional fish camp on the banks of the Koktuli River. By Mountain Mind Media . Today, as part of Indigenous People’s Day, we are taking a moment to highlight the people in the Bristol Bay community who were in this place first, who…