Monday, March 5, 2012

Citizens Maintain Healthy Alaskan Ecosystem

With over 4,200 violations of the federal Clean Water Act in Cook Inlet--a watershed ecosystem covering 47,000 square miles of Southcentral Alaska--by oil and gas producers, a group of Alaskans, concerned about rapid ecological changes unfolding in Cook Inlet,  came together and formed Cook Inletkeeper, modeled after successful "Waterkeeper" programs across the country. Since its inception, Inletkeeper has become a leader at the state and national levels in the fight for clean water and healthy fisheries

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