A Gustavus-grown scientist recently completed a 2,000 mile journey by foot and kayak from Stanford, California to Southeast Alaska, aiming to raise money for a science institute he plans at the Inian Islands location known as "the Hobbit Hole.
Early September - and Gold Ridge earned its name in a botanical (rather than a mineral) way; the open slopes were covered with the golden leaves of deer cabbage. Color accents came from the scarlet berries and crimson leaves of dwarf...
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is conducting its annual regulations summary cover photo contest. The winning photo will appear on the cover of the regional 2015 Southeast Alaska sport fishing regulations booklet.
Wildlife Wednesday is starting its season of educational events beginning with a speech from Dan Olsen about killer whale culture from 7-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 1 in the Thunder Mountain High School library.
The Brooks Camp Visitor Center will be open through Oct. 12 of this year, according to a recent release from the national park. Traditionally, this visitor center is closed for the season beginning on Sept. 18.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is offering fall Alaskans Afield classes centered on hunting, processing and cooking deer and wild game. The classes are intended for new hunters, age 10 and up, adults included.