Trump’s Budget Sells Out Alaska To Big Business


Kristen Miller | June 14, 2017
(This piece originally appeared in The Hill.) Outside of issuing executive orders and rolling back environmental protections, the Trump administration has been proficient at very little sound policy — but it sure does know how to snuggle up to big business. Read more
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Marching For The Arctic, Marching For Our Climate


Kristen Miller | May 2, 2017
On the 100th day of the Trump administration, millions of people across the planet joined forces at the People’s Climate March to show the world and its leaders our unity on the need to find solutions to the climate crisis. Read more
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Finding Light In The Darkness Of Arctic Winter


Corey Himrod | April 14, 2017
(This piece is posted with permission.) Photographer Peter Mather has gone to great lengths to photograph wildlife in Canada’s Yukon Territory and across Alaska. In a new photo essay on Arctic Deeply, he shares some of his favorite winter shots and some tricks for staying warm. Read more
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The Home Of The White Bear


League Staff | March 13, 2017
Author Michael Engelhard has written a new essay collection, American Wild: Explorations from the Grand Canyon to the Arctic Ocean, and Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska and works as a wilderness guide in the Arctic. Read more
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A Prayer For The Arctic Refuge


Corey Himrod | February 17, 2017
A self-described mountain guide, polar and spiritual explorer, Ario Daniel Z’Hoo is preparing to embark on an once-in-a-lifetime expedition to protect one of wildest places on Earth: the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. For Ario, however, this is a return to a place that captured his heart more than a decade...
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When I First Fell For The Arctic


League Staff | January 23, 2017
(This piece is posted with permission from the Patagonia Cleanest Line blog.) Nathaniel Wilder’s photography work takes him back to the Arctic year after year: to an Iñupiat whaling village on the Chukchi Sea, for a honeymoon traverse through the Gates of the Arctic, to a village of Gwich’in caribou hunters on...
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Granting Refuge


League Staff | December 9, 2016
(This post originally appeared on the Patagonia Cleanest Line blog.) Patagonia customers love the outdoors, and there’s no better way to make sure that America’s public lands and waters remain wild for our kids and grandkids than by supporting organizations that work hard to keep them that way. Read more
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