Policies & Procedures
Council Info & Other Contacts
Documents from Past & Upcoming Meetings (agendas, transcripts, notes, audio, etc.)
EVOS Investment Fund Information
Contact Information for the private plaintiff action
Contact information for the "Reopener" litigation
Media requests for EVOSTC information can be addressed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
View a List of Restoration Projects Currently In Progress
Find a Specific Restoration Project
Assist the Trustee Council by Becoming a Peer Reviewer
Research Material available at ARLIS
NEPA Review Information
View the Current Status of Resources & Services Injured by the Oil Spill
Teachers & Students
Questions and Answers about the Spill
Oil Spill Facts
Status of Injured Resources & Services
Oil Spill: Have We Recovered?"
Watch the 12 min Video!
In the Spotlight
Current Items of Interest
FY17 Draft Work Plan (Updated 11/04/2016)
An Evaluation of Remedial Options for Lingering Oil
2016 Lingering Oil Status Update
2014 Subsistence Use Survey Project Summary
2014 Subsistence Use Survey Final Report
Other Items of Interest
FY16 Draft Work Plan (Updated 11/13/2015)
2014 Injured Resources and Services List Update (adopted 11/19/2014)
Photos of the Spill
Research, Monitoring, and Restoration:
Moving into the Future
Herring Research and Monitoring Program
Long-Term Monitoring Program/GulfWatch Alaska
The 25th Anniversary of the
Oil Spill: 2009 Retrospective Report, Video, Exhibits and more
"Mission Without a Map,"
rev. 2009, by Joe Hunt (spill history & restoration perspective)
Purchase "Mission Without a Map"
in printed (book) form
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Oil Spill Trustee Council
: 4210 University Drive Anchorage, AK 99508-4626 |
: Grace Hall, 4230 University Drive, Ste. 220 | Anchorage, AK 99508-4650 |
Phone: (907) 278-8012 | Fax: (907) 276-7178 | Toll-Free: (800) 478-7745 | Office Hours: Mon through Fri, 8am-4:30pm
| Alaska Resources Library & Information Services |
| UAA Library Building | Phone: (907) 272-7547
Restoring the resources injured by the
oil spill and understanding environmental change in the Northern Gulf of Alaska.