Articles by: Naazia Ebrahim

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The Sealaska operation in Sitkoh Bay (Chichagof Island) loading their barge with large-diameter logs for transport to Huna, and then most likely to Asia.

Jewel in Jeopardy: Will Alaska’s Rainforests Be Spared The Axe?

The Tongass is the final remnant of a once-vast West Coast rainforest. Now timber companies are gunning to harvest even this enclave of old-growth wilderness.
by × February 12, 2013 × 2 comments

Culture, Place

Painting the Pacific Northwest

Painting the Pacific Northwest

Where the mountains and forests end, the ocean begins.
by × August 29, 2012 × 0 comments

Ecosystems, Human Landscape, Indigenous Peoples, Out West

Talking Tongass: First Impressions from the Last Frontier

Talking Tongass: First Impressions from the Last Frontier

After several weeks of traveling, I’ve finally arrived in Sitka, Alaska, where I'm working with the US Forest Service in the Tongass National Forest.
by × July 24, 2012 × 0 comments
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