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A curious red fox (Vulpes vulpes) approaches through a field of wildflowers in Hallo Bay, Alaska.

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On keeping Alaska wild: essay in National Geographic
acacia johnson
Oct 2, 2020
Thanks to the editors at National Geographic for supporting my first written piece – a short personal essay about my family's history of environmental stewardship and conservation in Alaska, and how it has fueled my work documenting the threat of the proposed Pebble Mine. 

For this family, keeping Alaska wild and pristine is a decades-long mission
"We cannot afford to lose any more wilderness, to any cause.” In a place of abundance, what it means to preserve and protect wilderness comes into focus.

Acacia Johnson | Photographer

Acacia Johnson is a photographer from Alaska, focused on human relationships to the earth's Polar Regions.
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