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  • From the President

    Bully for the Forest

    Last week, the Forest Service proposed a new policy that is protective of old growth forests on our publicly owned 191 million acres of national forests. This is welcome news as old growth forests are important for their role in storing carbon and providing healthy habitat for fish and wildlife (among many other things). Importantly,…

  • Conservation

    Sustaining the Susitna River in Alaska

    What an industrial access road means for a remote region with some of the best hunting and fishing in southcentral Alaska.  Alaska’s expansive Susitna River is the 15th largest in the U.S., with tributaries fanning out through an area larger than each of the nine smallest states. The Susitna River, meaning “river of sand,” meanders…