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A good snowfall in early November drew us out to enjoy the brightened landscape…
One should never tire of writing columns about gratitude. I hope I never do.
What are we grateful for today? Is it our heritage, our homes, our art, elders, our food?
Resilient Peoples & Place: Food sovereignty, wellness and healing at UAS’ 2nd Annual Community Feast
“I hope you feel a sense of being together and united on this place.”
When you are a young boy growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s, sniffing warm pastries your father has placed in the window of his… Continue reading
There are wonderfully diverse ways of using silk to detect and capture prey.
My success may come in spite of my method, not because of it.
There’s a lot of magic happening around us in nature and even in our kitchens.
Let me tell you about my best friend…
Help bring the ratings up: celebrate Halloween 2022!
Fall reminds me of cupping my hands around a bowl of warm halibut chowder…
There was a light mist in the air as I walked across the wooden bridge…
What do a platypus, salamander and dolphin have in common?
Alaska researchers are working to create insulation that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
“My first bear encounter was when I was young. I walked out the front door of my house and found myself walking backward, back toward… Continue reading
I find what I want to find and proclaim certainty. This is not helpful.
“I can hand a piece of the Yukon River or Mendenhall Glacier to someone thousands of miles away…”
To -er is human.
Golden cottonwoods, yellow willow leaves, and the red/pink/yellow leaves of highbush cranberry.
Unlike the giant storm that hit Alaska in mid-September, hurricanes and typhoons both have eyes.