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Salmonstocker early bird passes on sale

...the lower 48 states run between $50-100 more. Planning ahead also helps the sponsors, The Renewable Resources Foundation and Renewable Resources Coalition to plan the volume of resources necessary to put together a comfortable venue. For...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-03-12/salmonstock-early-bird-passes-on-sal
Arts & Entertainment
Central Peninsula speaks out against HB77

...say HB77 will streamline Alaskans out of the permitting process and silence public input on projects that affect renewable resources, such as salmon, in favor of a resource extraction economy. Parnell sponsored HB77 but Alaska Department of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-12-10/central-peninsula-against-hb77
News
The human element

...now, while the state has the ability. What better use of the Permanent Fund than to protect our most valuable renewable resource?There should be less commercial use of not only the Kenai River, but of all Alaska's waters. Sport fishing...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-01-09/the-human-element
Outdoors
Repeal group reports raising more than $63,000

...ending the period with just under $1,000 left. Nearly all the money raised during the period came from the Renewable Resources Coalition, which opposes the proposed Pebble Mine.Unions accounted for the majority of the more than $31...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-07-11/repeal-group-reports-raising-more-th
News
Salmonstock begins to mature

...beginning to gel as a festival, Anders Gustafson, a sport fishing guide on the Kvichak River, executive director of Renewable Resources Foundation and festival founder, said he hopes that some local businesses benefit from the gathering. By 3 p...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-08-03/salmonstock-begins-to-mature
News

...harm salmon and destroy streams, even if nothing ever goes wrong."Pebble is far bigger and more threatening to renewable resource jobs than any other mine proposal in Alaska and it's planned for the worst location possible," Tim Bristol...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-04-27-0
News
Pebble Mine ... risk versus reward

...forever. So is it worth 100 years of jobs and $500 billion in copper, gold and molybdenum? What value does a renewable resource such as a salmon run of Bristol's magnitude hold? Even if Pebble was permitted and dug, would we want it there...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2012-08-11/pebble-mine-risk-versus-reward
Opinion
KPBSD students engineer the future

...powered by the handheld fuel cells. The twist, Edwards said, is that part of the unit is about other kinds of renewable resources as well and students get the chance to compare the types of energy. "We'll try to run a motor just with this...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/schools/2012-10-07
Schools
Pebble to spend $107M on permitting

...full-time jobs. But opponents say the mine poses an unacceptable level of danger to salmon, the region's valuable renewable resource. Tom Tilden, chief of the Curyung Tribal Council and a former mayor of Dillingham, is a commercial fisherman...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-05-16/pebble-to-spend-107m-on-permitting
News
Birch Ridge report: Has summer started yet?

...at least once! Mike "Will Rogers" Chenault and his wife, Tanna, took home first-place honors with Gary "Renewable Resource" Dawkins and Lori Riggs-Bishop coming in second. Mother Myrna, who's coming real close to surpassing Mother...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2012-05-31/birch-ridge-report-has-summer-star
Sports

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