The headwaters region of Bristol Bay, Alaska – the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery – is the proposed site of a gigantic open pit mine.
After decades of protection, the federal administration is moving with breakneck speed to industrialize the Arctic Refuge by leasing the coastal plain for oil and gas drilling.
Alaska’s congressional delegation is pushing to open protected areas of the Tongass National Forest, the largest temperate rainforest on the planet, to harmful logging.
Learn about this year’s outstanding cohort of Ted Smith Conservation Interns and the meaningful projects they are working on this summer!
Ever wonder what conservation in Alaska really means? Here’s your opportunity to ask an Alaskan! Submit your question now to: firstname.lastname@example.org!
ACF’s annual Conservation Internship Program (CIP) kicks off in June with the arrival of 26 new interns hailing from Honduras to Alaska and every place in between.