Saturday, July 20, 2024

Tag: stream

Dunleavy acknowledges transboundary mines threat

Southeast Alaska entities concerned about the potential threat to salmon habitat from British Columbia’s transboundary mines are applauding Gov. Mike Dunleavy for taking the first step toward addressing the issue.

Fisheries scientists question Pebble draft EIS

Bulldozers, blasters, excavators, vibrators, jaw crushers, drillers, graders, crushers, huge trucks and other heavy equipment are tools of the trade when building and operating large mines — and they all kick up a lot of dust.

Federal authority limited on state rivers in national reserves

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Alaska moose hunter John Sturgeon, who has spent a dozen years in a legal battle...

Lawsuit challenges salmon stream water rights decision

An appeal filed in the Alaska Superior Court in Anchorage challenges a state decision denying a citizen group’s request to reserve water in streams...

Museum Memories

The Alaskan Syndicate completed the Copper River and Northwest Railway in 1911 and in order to transport the copper ore to the smelters, the...

Green infrastructure protects salmon waters

This past summer Copper River Watershed Project worked with private property owners Ardy and Laura Hanson to install the latest piece of Cordova’s “green...

Cordova enacts new revenue stream plan

The Cordova City Council recently passed three ordinances aimed at making the city’s operating and capital budgets sustainable by 2020, all of which go...