Tree-Huggers, Urbanites, Outsiders
Must Stay out of Game Management


Letters to the Editor / Anchorage Daily News / November 16, 2003



I've noticed the ones complaining the most about a tourism boycott are the tree-huggers. Anyone who doesn't like how Alaskans take care of our state needs to stay away.

I take great offense with people like Dorothy Keeler -- "Why must state suffer boycott simply to aid sport hunters?" (Nov. 14) -- talk about Unit 13. This is an area I have grown up in and know like the back of my hand. Most of the areas used for hunting and food gathering are only reasonably accessible in the summer months. People who have no clue about the special dynamics of Unit 13 and Alaska should keep their mouths shut and be thought a fool, instead of opening it and proving the fact to everyone.

-- Greg Johnson / Eagle River


 


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