Pebble Mine

The Rare Seal Population that Spends its Life in Freshwater

Iliamna Lake is the largest body of freshwater in Alaska and the home to a unique population of seal that spends its entire life in freshwater. Since most seal populations …

A Toxic Proposal for Alaska’s Brown Bears

  |   May 5, 2019

This summer, brown bears will converge on the pristine rivers, streams, and wetlands of Bristol Bay, Alaska to feed on sockeye salmon in preparation for a long winter of hibernation. …

And The 2015 NWF Affiliate of the Year Award Goes To…

The Renewable Resources Coalition and Foundation (RRC/F) of Alaska! Founded in 2005, the mission of Renewable Resources Coalition, a 501(c)6, and Renewable Resources Foundation (RRF), a 501(c)4, is to protect …

Caribou, Mulchatna herd, Bristol Bay, Alaska by The FishEyeGuy.

This Pristine and Glorious Wilderness is At Risk

Bristol Bay is a magical wonderland, supportingĀ a ridiculous number of fish and wildlife species. Don’t take my word for it, take a look and decide for yourself. Browse the categories …

brown bear with salmon

A Mine Here? We Can’t Bear It

Toxic Mining Waste: Just Moments from a Disaster for Wildlife

sockeye salmon

Alaska Salmon Cry for Help! (If They Could Talk)

You Are Making a Difference for Wild Salmon and Wild Places

Salmon are amazing creatures. They are born in fresh water, migrate many miles to the ocean where they spend most of their life, and then return to the stream they …

EPA Acts to Protect Salmon from Pebble Mine

In tremendous news for salmon, wildlife, and people who prize solitude, spectacular scenery, and outdoor recreation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced it will initiate a formal process under …

Coastal Brown Bear and Cubs

Progress for Protecting Alaska’s Wildlife from Mining

There is good news for coastal brown bears and other wildlife in Alaska threatened by a proposed large-scale mining project! A new environmental watershed assessment from the Environmental Protection Agency …

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