To save what is left of the best fish and wildlife habitat in the Tongass, we need strong protections like the Roadless Rule.
Posts By: Pat Lavin
President Trump’s National Park Service Proposes to Abandon Federal Wildlife Management on Alaska’s Preserves On May 22, the Trump administration proposed removing existing National Park Service (NPS) hunting regulations on national preserves in Alaska and defer instead to whatever the state’s hunting regulations may be for these federal lands and waters. The stated reason for… Read more »
Known as “America’s Rainforest,” the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska, is home to a stunning array of plant life and wildlife and it is in serious jeopardy.
The state of Alaska is pursuing aggressive “predator control” measures on our national wildlife refuges, targeting bears, wolves and other wildlife on land that was meant for their conservation.