League Treks To Denver For Outdoor Retailer Show

By Kristen Miller | February 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Working in partnership with the outdoor recreation community is not just a core value for us at Alaska Wilderness League, it is one the most impactful and fun parts of what we do every day.

Arctic Drilling For ‘Extreme Oil’ Is Risky; Letting Shell Do The Work Is Reckless

By League Staff | May 14, 2015

(This article originally appeared in The Guardian.) America’s Arctic Ocean belongs to all of us. The Beaufort and Chukchi Seas provide habitat for countless species of wildlife. This is one of the most unique marine ecosystems in the world, home to the entire population of US polar bears. Many of America’s most beloved marine creatures […]


Kite Makers Share Their Love For Alaska

By League Staff | May 11, 2015

From the Arctic plains to the old-growth forests of the coastal southeast, Alaska’s vast landscapes encompass much of America’s last remaining wilderness, with much of it accessible only by air.


Seattleites Come Together To Draw The Line And Say ‘Shell No’ To Arctic Drilling

By League Staff | May 5, 2015

As most of you probably remember, this January, behind closed doors, the Port of Seattle agreed to let Shell Oil use Seattle as home base for its Arctic drilling operations – despite Shell’s terrible safety record, the risk of a major Arctic oil spill, and devastating impact it would have on our climate.