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Strenthening Food Security on the Kenai Peninsula

Strenthening Food Security on the Kenai Peninsula

Posted by Rachel Lord at Nov 20, 2015 05:35 PM |

Inletkeeper is spearheading the development of an online food hub business for the Kenai Peninsula to increase food security, decrease food miles, fight climate change and strengthen our local communities.

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Antiquated Laws and Toxic Spills -  reflecting on recent accidents in Colorado

Antiquated Laws and Toxic Spills - reflecting on recent accidents in Colorado

Posted by Eric Booton at Oct 12, 2015 06:15 PM |

Recent mine waste accidents, which have occurred while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was on site working, have resulted in a misleading game of finger pointing; but those who always rail against the “government” need to reconsider who the finger should be pointed at.

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The Chuitna Instream Flow Decision: Putting Salmon Second

The Chuitna Instream Flow Decision: Putting Salmon Second

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Oct 07, 2015 07:40 PM |

The Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently issued a decision on applications filed by the Chuitna Citizens Coalition (CCC) to reserve water for salmon in Middle Creek, a tributary of the Chuitna River in Upper Cook Inlet. Inletkeeper and its partners have been working for more than a decade to protect the Chuitna watershed, because PacRim Coal wants to develop a large-scale coal strip that would be the first project in Alaska history to completely remove a wild salmon stream.

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Buy Tickets Now: Fall 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Buy Tickets Now: Fall 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Posted by Margo Reveil at Oct 03, 2015 05:40 PM |

This fall Cook Inletkeeper will be bringing the 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival to four locations throughout the watershed. Join us in Anchorage, Homer, Kenai or Talkeetna.

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