At University of Alaska Anchorage, two students are on an interdisciplinary quest to unlock the anthropological and archaeological importance of caribou teeth. Yes, caribou teeth.
University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers have discovered that volcanoes have a unique way of dealing with pressure — through crystals.
Mycologist Gary Laursen will lecture and lead a workshop on the wild mushrooms of Southcentral Alaska Aug. 11-13 at the Matanuska Experiment Farm in Palmer.
“At Chanlyut, we help men develop the life skills they need to prepare them for working a good job every day, but sometimes they need that extra lift,” said Bill Tsurnos, Program Director for Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s (CITC) Chanlyut program. “Wearing a nice suit gives the men confidence in themselves and makes them feel important. They look in the mirror and they don’t just see themselves; they see what they can become.”
In Alaska's remote areas, a wildfire might not be spotted immediately by residents or pilots. While such a fire may be out of sight, its heat will show up in satellite images.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service will host the food safety management workshop, which will meet from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Fairbanks, Delta Junction, Palmer, Valdez, Juneau and Sitka. State regulations require that all food establishments have at least one certified food protection manager to ensure compliance with food safety regulations.
Wasilla Area Seniors, Inc. would like to thank Walmart for generously donating $55,000 to support our Meals on Wheels program, which provides home-delivered meals to seniors across the Mat-Su Borough.