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.

Gwich’in Leader Journeys To The Northeast To Teach Importance Of Arctic Refuge

By League Staff | April 17, 2015

Earlier this year, Gwich’in Athabascan David Solomon traveled from remote Copper, Alaska, to snowy Vermont for a series of events dubbed Arctic Week. David is originally from Fort Yukon, Alaska, a Gwich’in village above the Arctic Circle. David, along with photographers Stephen Goreman, Bob Thorpe and Richard Kahn, spoke to a variety of audiences about […]


It’s Time to Take Arctic Drilling Off the Table

By League Staff | April 6, 2015

(This blog first appeared on Huffington Post Green.) Last week, the U.S. Department of the Interior swung the door wide open to drilling in the remote waters of the iconic Arctic Ocean when it announced that it was reaffirming controversial Bush-era leases for the Chukchi Sea – a lease sale referred to as Lease Sale 193.


Dispatch From The Field: A Hiker’s Guide To Wolf Sign And Climate Change

By Dan Kirkwood | March 31, 2015

Everyone who visits the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska wants to know: have you seen evidence of climate change? As if experiencing climate change was like catching a fleeting glimpse of a wolf slipping through the trees.