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March-April DCC News remembers Ginny Wood

May 5, 2013

Many of us attended a moving celebration of the life of Ginny Wood, pioneer Alaska conservationists and active supporter of DCC.  Cass Ray writes a detailed article about events at the celebration, held on April 7th, 2013.  Other articles in the Mar-Apr DCC News rekindle the Adolph Murie vision for Denali, the role of Harry Karstens in the pioneer climb of Mt. McKinley as written in a new book by Tom Walker, The Seventymile Kid, and much more. You can see a digital copy of the newsletter at the link below. Members receive a mailed-copy and updates.

DCC News-Mar-Apr-2013




Jan-Feb DCC News welcomes Denali’s new superintendent

February 26, 2013

The Jan-Feb 2013 DCC News is now online and will be in your mailbox soon….

  1. Read our welcome to Don Striker, Denali Park’s new superintendent and our congratulations to Clay Walker, the Denali Borough’s new mayor
  2. Check the updates on DCC’s priorities issues and strategies for 2013.
  3. Hannah Ragland writes an informative article on proposed state of Alaska regulations regarding fracking.
  4. We discuss our upcoming Supreme Court appeal of the Healy Gas BIF.

And a lot more.  The newsletter is posted at the link below.

DCC News – Jan-Feb 2013


DCC News for Oct-Nov released

November 28, 2012

Articles in this newsletter review our concerns regarding the Vehicle Management Plan, information on the agreement over air quality regulation of the Healy Clean Coal Plant, a note about our Healy Gas appeal, and other articles of interest.  Click below to read a pdf of the newsletter.

Oct-Nov DCC News-2012


Fall DCC News recaps Stampede Summit 3

October 2, 2012

A summary of the Summit and some of the long term possibilities discussed there forms the cover story.  Inside, see a memorial for Tom Meier by Cass Ray, and articles on Healy Gas, our Gas Permitting intern, and the new physical resource manager at Denali, Dave Schirokauer.

DCC July-Sept 2012 Newsletter


Read our May-June DCC News

June 24, 2012

Our latest newsletter contains articles on our Healy Gas Appeal, Denali’s Wolves, Sustina-Watana Hydro, our Annual Meeting, and Nancy’s recent trip into the park. Click below to view it online.

May-June DCC News


Jan-Feb 2012 DCC News

February 13, 2012

A hefty edition with articles on Susitna-Watana Hydro project, Eva Creek Wind Farm, Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline, hunting and predator control in national preserves, and other important wildlife issues.

Jan Feb 2012 Newsletter


View Nov-Dec DCC News online

December 11, 2011

Our end of year issue covers the controversial Fish and Game issues now before the local Denali Advisory Committee, the work of the Denali Aircraft Overflights Advisory Council, reaction to our comments on the Draft Denali Vehicle Management Plan, Poetry from Louise Gallop, and local projects such as Eva Creek Wind Power and the Neon ecological monitoring site.  Click on the link to read the newsletter. Members receive a paper copy in the mail.

Nov Dec DCC News – 2011


In-State Natural Gas Pipeline Seeks to Temporarily Use Denali Borough Lands

November 2, 2011

Reprinted from the September-October Denali Citizens Council News (with links to more information):

The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) discussed their Alaska Stand-Alone Pipeline (ASAP) plans for the Denali Borough at a Planning Commission meeting September 20th.   AGDC hopes to begin geotechnical studies to “evaluate the feasibility” of burying the natural gas pipeline on Borough-owned lands southeast of the Nenana Canyon.  To do so, they have applied for a “Temporary Land-Use Permit” to drill two, seventy-foot-deep boreholes.  These boreholes would be used to help AGDC determine how, or whether, they could bury the proposed pipeline in this area.  Permit documents were available for review at the meeting, and the Planning Commission passed a resolution of support.  The Mayor approves the permit, as use of the land is less than one year.  A statewide right-of-way (ROW) application was approved in August, the first in a series of permits that will be necessary for the project.  While much of this ROW uses existing state highway and railroad corridors (and is mandated by founding legislation to try to do so), the pipeline detours away from the Parks Highway to avoid a seven-mile stretch of the highway that passes through Denali National Park.  This bypass of the park travels through Borough land before connecting with the Willow-Healy Intertie ROW (a major energy transmission line), and then rejoining the highway around Carlo Creek. AGDC will work separately with private property owners, Native Corporations, Borough governments, etc. to establish easements traveling through private property.

Read more


Sep-Oct 2011 DCC News

October 31, 2011

Redistricting map showing proposed Denali Borough districts in Ordinance 11-18

The Draft Vehicle Management Plan and EIS tops the news in out latest edition of DCC News. Other features include Denali Borough redistricting, Eva Creek’s impact on birds and wildlife, and Underground Coal Gasification.

Sep-Oct 2011 NL web version


Jul-Aug 2011 DCC News

August 31, 2011

DNR Commissioner Dan Sullivan (center) speaks to attendees at meeting with DCC

Read DCC’s initial reaction to the Denali Park Road Vehicle Management Plan.  Also in this edition DNR Commissioner Dan Sullivan meets with DCC to discuss Healy gas exploration, Jane Bryant has a new book, and our newest board member talks about the Vehicle Management Plan.

Jul-Aug 2011 NL web version


May-June DCC News highlights Annual Meeting, Vehicle Management, Wolf Census, Redistricting, Trash pickup on Stampede Road

July 1, 2011

Our May-June 2011 Newsletter, now at press, provides an eclectic mix of articles.

A cover article on our recent Annual Meeting provides pictures and a recap of this popular event.

“A New Vehicle Management Plan for Denali – will it be better?” by Nancy Bale, provides some history behind the move to change how buses and other vehicles are allocated in Denali Park. The EIS for this plan is expected any day.

“Board of Game considers allowing motorized Hunting in the Yanert,”  by Anne Beaulaurier, reviews the recent proposal before the Alaska Board of Game to add a late season motorized hunt and details the local opposition.

“Gas Bullet Line Skirting Denali NP would be largest project on Continent,” by Cass Ray, discusses this mammoth effort that remains at the planning stages, for now.

Other interesting articles appear,  on the massive changes to the Denali area’s voting district, the Parks Highway interpretive plan, the Stampede Road Cleanup, and more.

For an online version of the newsletter, click the link below.
May-June 2011 DCC News


Mar-April DCC News focuses on Denali’s gateway issues

April 20, 2011

Our cover article highlights the work of the Denali Borough Planning Commission, with some examples of the challenges faced by this young borough. Other articles include:
 –  Thank you for Not Fracking – Molly McKinley, DCC Gas Organizer, discusses her work in the borough to educate and advocate around a recently issued gas exploration license on lands next to Denali Park.
 –  More on Eva Creek Wind Farm, one of the largest projects proposed for the state to generate power from wind, and located near Healy, by Cass Ray.
 –  Information on a Climate Change Research Project being conducted in the Denali Region, by Erica Watson.
 –  A description of her Juneau experience by local student Emily Brease, whom DCC sent to Juneau for the Alaska Youth for Environmental Action Civics Summit.
And much more……
Mar-Apr 2011 DCC News


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