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Dear Bristol Bay Supporter, The fight to protect Bristol Bay is far from over. With your help, we’ve built significant momentum to stop the massive Pebble mine, and we now have a unique opportunity to stop Pebble and protect Bristol …
Very big news today regarding the campaign to protect Bristol Bay. The major partner behind the proposed Pebble Mine has decided to exit the project.
From the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska (SAA) Newsletter: TIME TO ACT IS NOW! EPA releases revised draft Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment Agency accepting public comments through May 31 On Friday, April 26, 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency released its revised …
Come join the fun, share your Alaska fishing adventure stories and support this worthwhile cause at Abel’s on the Lake January 8, 2013.
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As taken from the Sportsman’s Alliance Newsletter: HUGE NEWS! Bristol Bay: EPA Releases Draft Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment On Friday, May 18, the Environmental Protection Agency released its draft watershed assessment for Bristol Bay [in response to possible development of …
Threat to thousands of sustainable fishing jobs prompts fisherman, Alaska Natives to take their story to the Lower 48 beginning Oct. 17. Tour will highlight proposed Pebble mine’s threat to fishing jobs, Native way of life. Seattle – …
Coastal Conservation Association, education and conservation of marine resources. Guadalupe River Trout Unlimited, Texas chapter of Trout Unlimited; ironically, the largest chapter in the world. Save Bristol Bay, forerunner in helping stop Pebble Creek Mine in Alaska. Sportsman’s Alliance for …
With just three simple steps before your Alaska fishing trip you can help keep our rivers and streams pristine. Of course, preventing invasive species is good practice for any traveling fishing trip. Along with a switch from felt to rubber soled …
Absolutely don’t throw your old breathable fishing waders away!