House spending bill includes wins for Alaska conservation

By Kaden McArthur | July 31, 2020 | 0 Comments

Last week saw some huge conservation wins as the U.S. House of Representatives passed its 2021 Interior and Environment spending bill.

David Thoreson Shares His Arctic Journey

By Monica Scherer | November 6, 2015

Photographer and sailor David Thoreson recently appeared at venues across New Jersey, and in St. Louis, Missouri, to present Arctic Journeys in an Era of Climate Change: Stories and Photos, speaking about his travels and firsthand observations of how climate change is impacting the Arctic.


Alaska Native Communities Convene To Discuss Challenges

By League Staff | October 30, 2015

October is home to one of our favorite weeks of the year in Alaska, as Anchorage hosted the annual Youth and Elders Conference followed closely by the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) convention. It is a time when thousands flock to Anchorage to discuss the top issues faced by Alaska Natives throughout the state and […]


Project Kickoff In The Last Great Frontier (Team Alaska)

By Corey Himrod | October 16, 2015

(This article originally appeared on the Center for Collaborative Conservation blog. Maggie Massey – pictured, second from right – is the Environmental Justice Coordinator at Alaska Wilderness League based in Anchorage, AK.) Original post written by Matt Luizza, Center for Collaborative Conservation. Two weeks ago marked only the second time I have flown over Alaska’s […]