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About Meghan Barker
Meet the 42 Bristol Bay guides working to stop the proposed Pebble mine from ruining a million dollar economy, a fishing paradise, and a world-class fishery.
Trout Unlimited Alaska is excited to announce Last Cast Lodge (igiugig) as the 2020 Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy host.
It might be fair to say that Alaskans love coffee as much as we love our wild salmon. Coffee helps us get through the long, dark winters, and it powers our fast-paced and adventure-filled summer days. For the Trout Unlimited staff based in Anchorage, coffee is an everyday requirement, and we know that without it, our efforts to protect … Read more
The Army Corps of Engineers has heard from us. Our Members of Congress have heard from us, and they will continue to. But now we have a new person we need to turn our attention to: President Trump.
A TU staffer in Alaska takes a look back at her 2015 summer working in Southeast Alaska, and how she saw the benefits of the Roadless Rule through a tourism lens.
With the upcoming holidays, please consider purchasing products from partners who have gone above and beyond in helping us have the resources we need in order to fight Pebble!
Over the course of the last few weeks, Bristol Bay and Trout Unlimited’s efforts to stop the proposed Pebble mine have found a new ally- Katie Couric.
As the ice began to break away from Alaska’s rivers and the sun elongated our days this spring, I told myself that summer 2019 was going to be the season that I commit to understanding the sport, and really learn how to fly fish. For my personal interest and professional growth, I had no excuses not to.