Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Protecting Alaska's Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains since 1995.
Sign up for email updates
Sections
You are here: Home

Welcome

Latest News

Full Circle

Full Circle

Posted by Eric Booton at Apr 14, 2015 04:00 PM |

Exactly one year after the death of HB77 I was amazed to be able to stand with Judy and Larry Heilman from CCC and collect comments to DNR regarding their in-stream flow reservation on the river they love.

Read More…

 Impacts of the Proposed Waters of the U.S. Rule on Alaskans

Impacts of the Proposed Waters of the U.S. Rule on Alaskans

Posted by Sue Mauger at Apr 06, 2015 10:15 PM |

The Clean Water Act sets a national goal to restore and maintain the chemical, physical and biological integrity of our Nation’s waters. We support the proposed rule to clarify the process to determine which streams and wetlands are protected under the Act and believe the impact of the proposed rule will be decidedly positive for Alaskans.

Read More…

We need your help!

We need your help!

Posted by Rachel Lord at Mar 11, 2015 02:20 PM |

From March 11 to March 24, Inletkeeper is in the running for an exciting clean boating grant from the BoatUS Foundation. We're one of eight finalists from around the country chosen to receive up to $10,000. The catch? We need your vote!

Read More…

House Bill 53 Restores Public Process in Toxic Herbicide Spraying

House Bill 53 Restores Public Process in Toxic Herbicide Spraying

Posted by Heather Leba at Mar 09, 2015 03:30 PM |

For decades, Alaska had strong safeguards in place to regulate the application of toxic herbicides and pesticides around our fish streams and drinking water supplies. In March 2013, the Parnell Administration issued new rules that eliminated Alaskans from decisions about spraying toxic pesticides and herbicides on state lands and rights-of-ways, and created a vague one-size-fits-all general permitting scheme to facilitate more spraying.

Read More…

donation map

Child hugging salmon

You can contribute a portion of your
PFD through Pick.Click.Give or:

Weather & Tides

Tide Predictions

Weather Conditions

More Weather & Tides here.