Save the Chuitna
Save the Chuitna
In Partnership with the Chuitna Campaign
There is something intensely visceral and awe-inspiring about the Chuitna Watershed. Deep pools teeming with salmon pervade the vast landscape and oversized grizzlies tracks are omnipresent, creating an eerie feeling as you navigate through fields of fireweed.
Unfortunately, this Alaskan paradise is staring down the barrel of destruction because of PacRim Coal’s proposed Chuitna Coal Mine, which would be Alaska's largest coal mine and export facility. This first-of-its-kind project would mine directly through 13.7 miles of the salmon-rich headwaters of the Chuitna River.
Join the fight to save the Chuitna with a purchase of the Chuitna Campaign logo t-shirt. 10% of the sales price will be donated to support the Chuitna Campaign's work to conserve this incredible Alaskan wilderness.
To learn more about the Chuitna Campaign, please click here.
Premium Organic Cotton & Recycled Polyester Crew Neck Tee
Slim fit - See sizing chart
50% ORGANIC cotton (30/1 combed ring spun) and 50% recycled polyester from plastic bottles
Incredibly soft and durable construction
Hand screen printed
Heather 4.4 oz fabric
Made and Printed in the USA
TEN PERCENT FOR THE CHUITNA CAMPAIGN
CHUITNA: MORE THAN SALMON ON THE LINE
There are few places left in the United States as pristine and untouched as Alaska’s Chuitna Watershed. In a world where wild salmon stocks have been depleted by over-exploitation and habitat loss, the Chuitna remains one of the world’s last salmon strongholds and boasts abundant runs of all five species of wild Pacific salmon, which supports vibrant commercial, subsistence, and recreational fishing. But this irreplaceable salmon wilderness and the people that rely on it are now staring down the barrel of destruction due to the proposed Chuitna Mine.