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Inletkeeper & Partners Notch Important Win for Fish and Game Habitat!

Inletkeeper & Partners Notch Important Win for Fish and Game Habitat!

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jan 22, 2015 12:15 PM |

In October 2013, Inletkeeper learned the Director of ADFG’s Habitat Division – Randy Bates – had embarked on a radical new plan to re-write the plans governing Alaska’s 32 Special Habitat Areas – our critical habitat areas, fish and game refuges and wildlife sanctuaries.

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Inletkeeper Helps Get Long-Needed Rule On Toxic Dispersants

Inletkeeper Helps Get Long-Needed Rule On Toxic Dispersants

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jan 22, 2015 12:10 PM |

The Exxon Valdez taught us many lessons. For industry, a vital lesson was to never let oil hit the beaches, where TV cameras could highlight spill impacts. When the BP Gulf Disaster unfolded in 2010, BP used nearly 2 million gallons of dispersants to respond to its massive spill. But industry has refused to reveal the chemicals found in dispersants, and numerous studies show dispersants amplify the toxicity of spilled oil and lead to clean-up worker illnesses.

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Two Near Misses With Vessels This Week Highlight Risks to Cook Inlet

Two Near Misses With Vessels This Week Highlight Risks to Cook Inlet

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jan 22, 2015 12:05 PM |

n Saturday night, January 17, Tote’s Midnight Sun – an 840 foot container ship running between Tacoma and Anchorage – lost power off Cape Elizabeth at the entrance to Lower Cook Inlet. Fortunately, the weather was calm and the captain and crew were able to re-start 3 of the 4 engines. Then we learned yesterday the 550' Tanker Pyxis shut down it's engines due to ice clogging its cooling water intakes.

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The  Inletkeeper Tidebooks Are In!

The Inletkeeper Tidebooks Are In!

Posted by Margo Reveil at Jan 22, 2015 11:55 AM |

We have updated our Healthy Habitat & Clean Boating guide inside, and the cover is sporting an amazing photo by John Tobin. We'll be distributing it to over 20,000 people in communities all over the Cook Inlet watershed - double last year's distribution thanks to our sponsors and to additional support through the Kenai Peninsula Fish Habitat Partnership and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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