A Mighty Little Fish of Many Names Heralds Spring
The Chilkat Watershed — Threatened by International Mining Corporations
Opinion: SEACC United clears the air on unionization
SEACC United went public Dec. 12 with a request to SEACC leadership for voluntary recognition. We informed leadership that if we were not recogn
Opinion: BC mining industry is toxic to both sides of the border
The British Columbia mining industry’s opinion piece in las
Opinion: If Pebble Mine concerns you, the Palmer Project should too
Letter: Mine discharge permits legalize pollution
SEACC Fights Workers’ Union Victory
Conservation Council continued to fight its workers’ federal right to unionize today when it filed
a challenge to the National Labor Relations Board’s February 13 decision granting SEACC
United a formal union election.
Conservation Organizations Demand Public Process on Palmer Project Permit
Supreme Court Rules Clean Water Act Does Not Sanction Loophole
Plan of Operations Phase II Approved for Controversial Mining Project
Calls to Action
Protect Alaska's Chilkat and Klehini Rivers from Mining Impacts
The Chilkat and Klehini rivers are critical wildlife habitat and sustain the Chilkat Tlingit of Klukwan, and the community of Haines, Alaska, where the Great Bear Foundation's Northern Office is located. The proposed Palmer Project, a copper/zinc mine, will seriously impact the rivers of the Chilkat Valley, debilitating the entire ecosystem.
The Klehini River
Help us get the BLM’s attention on the Palmer Project!
The Public deserves a voice on the Palmer Project! 🗣
Clips From the March 24 Ports & Harbors Committee Tell the Real Story
An ore transfer facility by any other name is still an ore terminal.
Great Bear Foundation Comments on Palmer Mine Permits
Letter to EPA Region 10 on Palmer Project Waste Management Permit
Shannon Kelly Donahue is an environmental writer, editor, and advocate, based on the Chilkat Peninsula just south of Deishú (Haines), Alaska, on Jilkáat Aani.
Shannon specializes in environmental, nature, and place-based writing, climate change and science communication, clean water advocacy, environmental policy, nonprofit communications, academic writing, and creative nonfiction.
Connect with her on LinkedIn with the blue button below. Download her CV with the black button.
Contact Shannon with projects and queries using the contact form below.