Jack Chalmers Culbreath

...his life. He then went on to earn a degree in forestry and wildlife management from the University of California. Working the...discharge in December of 1945 Jack went to work for Fish & Wildlife in Denver Colorado and was then transferred in 1950 to an information...
Dr. George Yost Harry Jr.

...with Evelyn and their two children Heather and Tuck. In Juneau, George was director of fisheries research for US Fish and Wildlife Service at the Auke Bay Lab. While working at the lab he was the lead negotiator for the US government Fisheries Treaties...
Police & Fire for Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015

...violations? On Tuesday, Aug. 25, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted 23-year-old Anthony...caught fish.? On Friday, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted 33-year-old James...closed waters.? On Friday, Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted 33-year-old Samuel...
My Turn: Young leaders lend voices on culture and climate change

...coming months, an additional 10-15 youth ambassadors will be selected. The program was created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. State Department in partnership with nonprofit partner Alaska Geographic to increase outreach and education...
What's happening this week

...various locations. See page 26 for more.Juneau Symphony Wildlife Cruise, 2?5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 5, Don conductor, Troy Quinn, during the symphony's annual wildlife cruise. Wine provided by Specialty Imports and a hors d'oeuvres...
My Turn: It's time for a better dialogue on mining

...Canadian federal laws such as the Mineral Tenure Act, Mines Act, Environmental Management Act, Fisheries Act, Water Act, Wildlife Act and Environmental Assessment Act. Just like almost every critical human activity, the industry in B.C. has continually...
As president comes to Anchorage, spots of Juneau rise to surface Cold Bay.The road, which would run through a wilderness area of the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, was rejected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.Carr-Odom thinks that's a mistake."Human life is much more important...
Kerry talks tech as a solution to climate change woes

...not done enough to encourage drilling. They point to its actions that would shield the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from oil exploration.Emphasizing technology, including better environmental observation, greater fuel efficiency...
Empire Editorial: We wish you were here, Mr. President

...opened by retreating ice. The Alaska Marine Exchange, which tracks those ships, is based here, too.Juneau has plenty of wildlife to show off in videos like the one you recorded to promote your trip. We have whales, fish, eagles and bears, the latter...
My Turn: President has the right spotlight on climate change

...the Arctic." Sen. Murkowski also raised concerns in 2007: "The permafrost is melting, Arctic ice is disappearing, and wildlife habitat is changing. It is responsible for us to take actions to reduce carbon emissions, as long as we can do it without...


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