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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?
Alaskans know just how essential fisheries are to life in the 49th state.
In 1999, high school student Rachel Scott wrote about her theory that one person could create a chain reaction of compassion. She stood up for… Continue reading
Neither side will think they’re winning.
The world needs copper and Alaska needs infrastructure to deliver it.
Seven questions for BLM.
Tough decesions ahead on budget.
The tipping point is at hand.
The rule was set up in a sensible way for Southeast.
What is the social cost of accepting this behavior?
Is more better?
It’s time for Republicans in Congress to acknowledge Trump is unfit for the office he holds.
It’s time to commit.
Forgiveness is part of the equation.
The Roadless Rule is working for Southeast Alaska.