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Heather Brandon to Lead Alaska Sea Grant

Heather Brandon to Lead Alaska Sea Grant

Bill Signed to Modernize Alaska’s Public School Trust Fund Using POMV Model

Bill Signed to Modernize Alaska’s Public School Trust Fund Using POMV Model

Legislation was signed into law changing the management structure of the $675 million Alaska Public School Trust Fund to a percent of market value (POMV) system. POMV has become the standard global management approach for large endowments and trusts.
Alaska Teacher to Join International Arctic Research Expedition

Alaska Teacher to Join International Arctic Research Expedition

Oceanographers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks International Arctic Research Center embark this week for a 55-day research expedition in the eastern Arctic Ocean. This year, Fairbanks elementary school teacher Moira O’Malley will join the team.
Northern Snowshoe Hares Eat Lots of Dirt

Northern Snowshoe Hares Eat Lots of Dirt

Hares that eat a lot of dirt might be more lethargic than those that don’t. Lynx that eat a lot of soil-eating hares can develop purple muscle tissue.
Applications Sought for Land and Water Conservation Fund Grants in Alaska

Applications Sought for Land and Water Conservation Fund Grants in Alaska

The Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation is accepting grant applications for development or enhancement of facilities related to public outdoor recreation. Eligible applicants include state, regional, or local governments (cities, boroughs or tribal entities) that have the legal authority to provide park and recreation services on public lands.
Study: Several Scenarios for Earliest Migration to Americas Remain Viable

Study: Several Scenarios for Earliest Migration to Americas Remain Viable

The most recent scientific evidence allows for several possible scenarios for ancient human migration through the Americas, according to a new study. That conclusion contrasts with a growing perspective that early migrants journeyed down the Pacific coast from Siberia to South America more than 20,000 years ago.
Donlin Gold Helps Green Star Remove Thousands of Pounds of Hazardous Waste

Donlin Gold Helps Green Star Remove Thousands of Pounds of Hazardous Waste

Wells Fargo Appoints Alaska Community Outreach Leaders

Wells Fargo Appoints Alaska Community Outreach Leaders

Wells Fargo has named Becky More as Alaska community relations consultant. Mary Michaelsen has been named Wells Fargo At Work program manager for Alaska.
Earthworm Species May be Native to Interior Alaska

Earthworm Species May be Native to Interior Alaska

A Fairbanks high school student has discovered five species of earthworms in Interior Alaska, including one possibly native to North America.
Eyewitness to the Peregrine Falcon’s Recovery

Eyewitness to the Peregrine Falcon’s Recovery

“She’s starting to wail,” Chris Florian says, referring to the worrisome shriek of a peregrine falcon across the river.
Tlingit & Haida Awarded Grant for Tlingit Language Immersion Nest

Tlingit & Haida Awarded Grant for Tlingit Language Immersion Nest

Community Support Needed to Build New Space for Child Abuse Response Service

Community Support Needed to Build New Space for Child Abuse Response Service

Approximately 150 community members joined together to launch a public fundraising campaign July 26 to build a new space for Alaska CARES, the state’s largest evaluation center for children experiencing physical and sexual abuse.
Alaska Nonprofits Fight for Fair Pay, Offer Training

Alaska Nonprofits Fight for Fair Pay, Offer Training

Women make up 48 percent of Alaska’s workforce, and the state’s economy depends on their successes. Yet women often face challenges when it comes to finding the resources they need to start or advance in business and are still fighting to earn the same wages men make for doing the same job.
Alaska Scientists Awarded $1.8 Million to Promote Healthy Eating and Active Play

Alaska Scientists Awarded $1.8 Million to Promote Healthy Eating and Active Play

A team led by a University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher will work with community members to test ways to promote healthy eating and active play, focusing on 3– to 5-year-old Alaska Native children.
Anchorage Selected for Special Achievement Award in GIS

Anchorage Selected for Special Achievement Award in GIS

The Municipality of Anchorage was one of 189 winners chosen from more than 100,000 organizations worldwide to receive the Esri 2018 Special Achievement in GIS Award. Anchorage was selected in the category of “Social Services” for the policy and technology work on homelessness.
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