The ruling effectively sends the feds back to square one, triggering a fresh environmental review under the landmark National Environmental Policy Act.
Alcan Forest Products would like to see COVID-19 testing for workers traveling from the Lower 48.
This change gives businesses a way to request an extension on certain contracts so they can navigate the difficult times.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of green groups challenging the largest Tongass timber sale in decades.
The state spent the money in a variety of ways, but it drew criticism from tribal governments and environmental groups for offering some of the funds to the Alaska Forest Association.
Alaska Resource Education, which promotes the oil and gas, mining and forestry industries in Alaska’s schools, is suing former Executive Director Michelle Brunner, alleging she embezzled at least $187,000.
The breakdown of the Alaska Marine Highway System has Southeast Alaska businesses scrambling for alternative ways to send their products out of town.
A recent study explores the business potential of salvage logging for yellow cedar, or harvesting trees that are already dead.
Congress has appropriated funds annually over the past four years to complete the transfer.
Tessa Axelson will be taking over the role from Owen Graham, who led the organization for close to 20 years.