Tag: Alaska Outdoor Council

Talking fish – not

This story has been updated Only a day after outlining a plan for Cook Inlet salmon talks and issuing an administrative order officially sanctioning a fisheries task force that started meeting secretly […]

Hungry mouths

Fearful that Cook Inlet is increasingly coming under the influence of the big, pink-salmon ranch that is Alaska’s Prince William Sound, nine outdoor groups have banded together to ask the Alaska Board […]

Managing Alaska

The wolf-kill-loving Alaska Outdoor Council and the wolf-kill-hating National Parks and Conservation Association would appear to have found common ground in trying to stop a last-minute Congressional amendment to the Alaska National […]

Wild divide

Former Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles this week led an exodus from the National Park Service advisory board, and some Alaskans were celebrating. Welcome to the 21st Century of divisiveness on all fronts.

Another fish fight

The Alaska Outdoor Council, the 49th state’s largest outdoor organization, says it’s mad as hell and not going to take it anymore. The problem? A decision by Alaska Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski […]