Landscape Alaska: Veggies for Juneau

The wave of grow-it-yourself is breaking over Southeast Alaska, a flood of seed-starting, indoor seedling gardens and raised bed-building is filling the gardening airwaves and the basic question of "What to grow" is on every tongue. Read more

From the Garden: Returning to the world above

Reaching up into the above-ground world, the scarlet wrists and fingers of a "Sarah Bernhardt" peony feel for the light and air, slowly twisting and wriggling as the new leaves unfold and then begin to grow. Read more

From the garden: Rites of spring

In our region, the forested- and glacier-crowned coasts of Southeast Alaska, Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of the flower season. Read more

Spring Plant Sale signals the start of gardening season

Finally, spring is arriving. It has been so cold that even the early spring primroses have frozen in their tracks half out of the ground. Read more

Annual science fair marks 20 years

There are few episodes in the school year when the streams of real-world learning and "school-world" learning come together; the Southeast Alaska Regional Science Fair, scheduled for Saturday, March 9, is one of those. Read more

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