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Bristol Bay Conservation Donations Doubled


The super short story: donations to solidify Bristol Bay protection are matched through the end of 2021. Donate here.

The longer version from the Save Bristol Bay Folks:

The last 10 months have been filled with so many major wins for fish and wildlife across Alaska. As we look back at some of those wins, including the reinstatement of proposed Clean Water Act protections for Bristol Bay, we know that this couldn’t have happened without you. Thank you. 

We are already looking forward to 2022 with a long list of goals and tactics to help carry permanent protections for Bristol Bay over the finish line. Running an effective campaign for Bristol Bay needs resources to be able to move efficiently and creatively, which is why we are launching the Fish it Forward fundraising challenge today.

From now until the end of the year, your gifts to our work will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $200,000. Make a donation today!

Thanks to generous supporters, the Fish it Forward matching challenge will double any dollar amount you give, up to $200,000. That means if you give $5, our effort will get $10; if you donate $1,000, $2000 actually comes in to help us run strategic efforts to advance permanent protections for Bristol Bay. Your contributions from now until December 31st will be matched when you give through our online platform.  

We are excited about the potential we have in 2022 to make major strides in our efforts to safeguard Bristol Bay, and we hope you’ll continue to help this work.  

Thank you for support, and we look forward to sharing updates with you between now and the end of the year.  


The Save Bristol Bay Campaign

P.S. Another great way to support our efforts? Purchase a gift that gives back. Trout Unlimited life member and author Dan Hoffman is donating 50% of proceeds from his new book “Alaska Fly Fishing Oddessy” to Trout Unlimited’s efforts in Alaska. Buy your copy here.

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