Memorial Day Weekend represents the unofficial start of summer in Alaska. It’s the weekend when people start cleaning up their yards, head out for the first camping, or boating trip of the summer and break out grills for barbecuing.
The US Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration announced that it is investing to help the Native Village of Napaimute, Alaska, acquire vital equipment needed to spur economic growth in the wood products sector.
New this summer, Kawanti Adventures is offering a raptor flight experience presented in the custom-built, 1,500 square foot flight auditorium of the Alaska Raptor Center.
SMS Equipment will host an open house to announce its first Alaska location, marking the official opening of the Anchorage branch on Thursday, April 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The USDA Forest Service signed a decisio that aims to improve forest health while supporting the resilience and economies of local communities.
The Alaska Department of Natural Resource’s Division of Forestry (DOF) and the US Forest Service have partnered to award a second timber sale in Southeast Alaska under a Good Neighbor Authority (GNA) agreement.
During “irruptions,” birders in New England can suddenly find their feeders clogged with redpolls from Canada and Alaska. People in the Lower 48 documented winter irruptions (“to increase rapidly or irregularly in number,” according to the American Heritage College Dictionary) of redpolls during 2008-2009 and 2012-2013.
Goldbelt, Inc. is headquartered in Juneau, is an urban Alaska Native Corporation that was formed in 1974, named after a 33,000-acre mineralized zone in Southeast Alaska that stretches along the mainland from Frederick Sound to Berners Bay.
Marine insurance is a broad term with meaning and coverage areas that have significantly evolved over the years.
“You can have a whole pile of logs,” Brent Cole says from his home on Prince of Wales Island, “and then you find that one—so straight and so even—that’s what turns me on about what I get to do every day.”