The Tongass Region is composed of over 1,100 islands. The area was originally named Alexander Archipelago when established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1902, but was later incorporated into Tongass National Forest in a later resolution by President Roosevelt.

MEDIA COVERAGE:

Radio: The Schilling Show with host Rob Schilling, WINA


March 5, 2020

Radio: Richmond’s Morning News with John Reid, WRVA


March 6, 2020
https://newsradiowrva.radio.com/media/audio-channel/ron-maxwell-mar-6-2020
Print: Alaska Native News, “Statewide Alaska Poll Finds Republican Hunters and Fishers Support Roadless Rule”


February 18, 2020
https://alaska-native-news.com/statewide-alaska-poll-finds-republican-hunters-and-fishers- support-roadless-rule/47529/
Print: Alaska Native News, “Keeping America great: preservation and conservation are the roots of American democracy”


March 4, 2020
https://alaska-native-news.com/keeping-america-great-preservation-and-conservation-are-the- roots-of-american-democracy/47909/
Print: The Washington Times, “Inside the Beltway”


March 4, 2020
https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/mar/4/inside-the-beltway-joe-frenzy-media- ready-to-shine/
Online: E&E News, “Money-Loser: Conservative group blasts Trump Tongass Rule”


April 2, 2020
https://www.eenews.net/greenwire/stories/1062769185