+2298
+
You voted '+1'.
Posted in
Alaska's inside passage. Photo courtesy of Custom Alaska Cruises By Austin Williams Spring is coming early in Alaska this year. The sun is out (most days), the snow is quickly melting, and our nearby streams are starting to gain flow. Before long, the first salmon will arrive and the annual [ READ MORE... ]
+1436
+
You voted '+1'.
Posted in
Bristol Bay sockeye. Photo by FlyOut Media By: Nelli Williams When Alaskans go to the polls in November we will have the opportunity to vote on a ballot measure 1 called, “An Act providing for protection of wild salmon and fish and wildlife habitat.” You may have already heard of this as the [ READ MORE... ]
+1125
+
Posted in
Photo by Arne Johnson By: Mark Hieronymus The mighty Chinook salmon, the largest of the Pacific salmon species and the state fish of Alaska, is shrinking, according to a recent article in Fish and Fisheries (2018). Fisheries researchers from Alaska and Washington analyzed several databases spanning [ READ MORE... ]
+654
+
You voted '+1'.
Posted in
Photo by Alan Corbett By Erin Heist Though the days of timber barons have long expired, Southeast Alaska's Tongass National Forest is no stranger to timber wars in recent decades. However, with a recent and hard-fought amendment to the Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP) by TU and many partners, [ READ MORE... ]
+1116
+
Posted in
By: Nelli Williams One afternoon late last summer, I took advantage of a sunny, warm day to take my kids to a playground near Campbell Creek. It was packed with kids swinging, jumping and sliding. Suddenly, we all heard shrieking near the river. It quickly became apparent that nothing was wrong, [ READ MORE... ]
+632
+
Posted in
By: Alaska Program Staff Anyone who understands the value of public lands to hunters, anglers and other outdoor recreationists, and the fundamental role public lands play in many of our lives has cause for concern. Today we're writing to highlight just one of the threats to our public lands. ​ [ READ MORE... ]
+1114
+
Posted in
Bristol Bay rainbow. Photo by: Brian O'Keefe   Friends,   Now that it has been a month, we suspect you might be wondering how the recent election will impact our work to protect the places we love to fish in Alaska.    Simply put, the change in Administration may make some of our efforts to protect [ READ MORE... ]
+726
+
Posted in
The Breedlove Oregon Rogue guitar, crafted with salvaged spruce, was a giveaway benefitting TU's work in the Tongass National Forest    By: Jenny Weis   Question: What do you get when you combine the Fly Fishing Film Tour, Trout Unlimited Alaska and a campfire jam session?    Answer: A Breedlove [ READ MORE... ]
+688
+
Posted in
Misty Fjords National Monument. Photographer unknown.   By Jenny Weis   Maybe you’ve heard of the steelhead fishing in the Tongass National Forest. Or maybe you’ve eaten wild salmon harvested in the Taku river of Southeast Alaska. Or perhaps you’ve gone sightseeing in Misty Fjords National Monument [ READ MORE... ]
+845
+
You voted '+1'.
Posted in
Photo by Alan Corbett   By: Jenny Weis   It’s hard to overemphasize the beauty of the Tongass National Forest. Giant hemlock, spruce, and cedar trees cover most of Southeast Alaska’s islands and line the coasts, comprising the United States’ largest national forest. The Tongass attracts about 1.5 [ READ MORE... ]
x

Add Content