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Lynden’s captains, engineers, mates and deck hands do more than just deliver freight via barge, landing craft and tugboat. These mariners are the eyes and ears on the waters they sail, often being called upon to assist in emergency situations and to report on marine conditions for other vessels.
Federal, state, and local officials joined NOAA at a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of a project to revitalize the agency’s port facility in Ketchikan.
Alaska AirlinesFreight for Less, one of the most popular perks for Alaska Airlines Club 49 members, is back. Starting September 1, Alaskans can ship up to 100 pounds of freight through Alaska Air Cargo to communities across Alaska.“Our Air Cargo operations are a...
The annual eight-month program is a ‘deployment accelerator’ for startups working on new, market-based approaches to climate resilience and the resource revolution.
Public projects don’t always contain aesthetic design elements, but when they do—like in the case of Alaska’s first DDI—they add an intangible, though intrinsic value to the city and its residents.
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50 Years of ANSCA
Fifty years ago, as the Watergate scandal swirled around then-President Richard Nixon, he signed into law the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). It was the largest land claims settlement in the nation’s history and a stark departure from agreements forced on Tribes in the Lower 48.