Attachment A Listing of Appellant Organizations and Individuals



Alaska Center for the Environment

Valerie Connor, Conservation Director

807 G St Ste 100

Anchorage, AK 99503

ACE is a non-profit environmental education and advocacy organization, supported by over 6,000 Alaskan members.  We advocate for sound management policies that include meaningful public participation.

Alaska Quiet Rights Coalition

Susan Olsen, President

PO Box 202592

Anchorage, AK 99520

AQRC seeks to maintain and restore natural sounds and natural quiet in Alaska through advocacy and education for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Alaska Wildlife Alliance

Tina Brown, President

308 G Street #308

Anchorage, AK 99501

Founded in 1978, the Alaska Wildlife Alliance is a nonprofit organization committed to the conservation and protection of Alaska’s wildlife.

Center for Biological Diversity

Rebecca Noblin, Alaska Director

PO Box 100599

Anchorage, AK 99510-0599

Cook Inletkeeper

Bob Shavelson, Advocacy Director
3734 Ben Walters Lane

Homer, AK 99603

Cook Inletkeeper is a nonprofit organization formed by Alaskans in 1995 to promote clean water, healthy salmon and the strong local economies they support.  The Wetdog Race poses untold impacts to a vast array of Alaskan resources, and DNR’s land use permit reflects a rubber-stamp approach to project reviews that creates a dangerous precedent.

Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges

David C. Raskin, Ph.D.

Advocacy Chair

59975 Eider Ave

Homer. AK 99603

The Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges  are concerned that 1,000 speeding jet skis and thousands of ocean fuel spills will cause major damage to the wildlife that depend on the National Wildlife Refuges, especially the millions of nesting and feeding seabirds and marine mammals that are threatened or endangered.

Gulf of Alaska Keeper

Chris Pallister, President

5933 E. 12th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99504

Gulf of Alaska Keeper’s purpose is to protect, restore and enhance the habitat and the life that depends upon it along the northern Gulf of Alaska

Kachemak Bay Coalition

Rika Mouw

Homer, AK

Member of the Kachemak Bay Coalition, a citizens group that promotes the uniqueness of Kachemak Bay. My concern about this particular issue is that is allows for an activity that serves an extremely narrow group of people at the expense of our natural resources as well as a financial one to the citizens of Alaska . This event is ill conceived and was very poorly reviewed by DNR.

Kachemak Bay Conservation Society

3734 Ben Walters Lane

Homer, AK 99603

Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance

Mark Luttrell, President

P.O. Box 1092

Seward, AK 99664

Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance is a conservation advocacy organization based in Seward Alaska.

Sierra Club, Alaska Chapter

Pam Brodie, Chair, Executive Committee

750 W. 2nd Ave., Suite 100, Anchorage, AK 99501

Concerned Citizens

Robert Archibald

Edgar Bailey

PO Box 2994

Homer, AK 99603

Tom Collopy

PO Box 845

Homer, AK 99603

Nina Faust

PO Box 2994

Homer, AK 99603

Mary Frische

PO Box 845

Homer, AK 99603

Roberta Highland

Homer, AK

George Matz

PO Box 15182

Fritz Creek, AK 99603

Rika Mouw

Homer, AK

John Mouw

Homer, AK

Mike O’Meara

PO Box 361, Homer, AK 99603

Kevin Walker

Homer, AK

Jack Wiles

PO Box 639

Homer, AK  99603