Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part installment on Vitus Bering's last voyage and the author's ski traverse from Kluane Lake to Yakutat. Next week's Off the Beaten Path will conclude the narrative.
The days grow longer and we all start wishing that spring would be here NOW! Indeed, spring is slowly, slowly springing. Perhaps it got a bit confused by the lack of a real winter? Or perhaps we are just a tad over-eager.
The Territorial Sportsmen on April 2 will host a free informational event on the decline and management of chinook salmon.
The evening will be focused on increasing public awareness about the status and management of Southeast Alaska king...
If a lake drains on top of the world, will anyone hear it?
Ben Jones and Chris Arp did. The Anchorage- and Fairbanks-based scientists placed sensors in a bathtub-shaped lake on Alaska's northern coast a few years ago.
The public is invited to a day on Juneau's local ski hill, complete with entertainment, activities and door prizes, sponsored by GCI.
Though the lifts will be closed, the free event will run from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, March 28.
The Southeast Chapter of Alaska Wildlife Alliance on April 1 will offer the last talk in its winter series. Riley Woodford of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game will speak about small mammals in Southeast Alaska, from bats to black...
Registration is now available for the AK Experience: Alaska Skills and Adventure Camp. Youth ages 11-18 from all of Southeast Alaska are invited to attend the five-day outdoor residential camp June 8-12 at Eagle River Scout Camp in Juneau.
An upcoming event will allow attendees to hear from a person who is intimately acquainted with a British Columbia transboundary mine disaster, from someone who traveled a transboundary river from one side of the border to the other, and...