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It’s not surprising that most Southeast Alaskans think the Roadless Rule is working.
Learn from these mistakes and start fixing the problem.
Why would we willingly start the process of degradation in healthy portions of our forest?
The sound of the crowd is at fever pitch.
Democrats and Republicans in Congress got it all wrong.
Assertions that 66% of the “largest and best stands” have been cut is absurd.
It is a politically motivated impediment to good forest management and use.
Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s recent column in these pages touted her many efforts to support Alaskan fisheries and fishermen. I couldn’t agree more with her goals… Continue reading
History is complex.
We have a child care shortage crisis.
Without a reliable transportation system, people suffer.
Last week, I traveled to Washington, D.C., and Sen. Lisa Murkowski agreed to meet with me in person. I asked the Senator to work hard… Continue reading
It’s a rare occasion when the state Republican Party openly parts ways with its national leadership. That’s what appears to be happening regarding the impeachment… Continue reading
I was raised on the Taku River. In the ’40s and ’50s, from May through October, my brothers and I did everything together on the… Continue reading
Opinion: Roadless areas of the Tongass are good for wildlife and people, and they ought to be protected
How much of the Tongass will a dying industry mow down on its way out?
I retired at the end of March after 28 years as a research social scientist with the USDA Forest Service. Over the course of my… Continue reading
The application to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy alleged “Neglect of Duties, Incompetence, and/or Lack of Fitness” in four specific actions. In his advice to the… Continue reading
It’s not clear where they are headed.
Was this impeachment constitutionally valid?