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On the Trails: Having family for dinner
Cannibalism in nature can be a family affair.
The Salmon State: Bear man of Admiralty Island Allen Hasselborg — and climate change
By Mary Catharine Martin The Salmon State Every day for decades, bear hunter, guide, and early 20th century Southeast Alaska homesteader Allen Hasselborg logged the… Continue reading
I Went to the Woods: Desired vs. realized success
No elk taken, but it’s nothing to grouse about.
Planet Alaska: Picking currants and riding currents
We give respect and thanks to the berries and the birds as we harvest the last of the berries.
On the Trails: Fall colors in our rainforest
Here are a few examples of enjoyable displays of fall colors…
Pride of Bristol Bay: Life of a sockeye
It only took one sockeye to remind of how lucky I am to live in a world with wild salmon
Resilient Peoples & Place: Healing in Hoonah by honoring Southeast’s Indigenous veterans
A previous version of this article incorrectly identified Louise Kane as Stanley “Steamie” Thompson’s mother. Kane was Thompson’s grandmother. The article has been updated to… Continue reading
I Went to the Woods: One good fish
Three is the magic number.
Planet Alaska: Spruce tip bathing
The perfect spruce tip is tightly bound needles without the brown papery casing.
Planet Alaska: Drawing an ovoid a day
The ovoid is the heart of it all.
Planet Alaska: What I learned from island living last year
Learn to balance an island world.
Planet Alaska: A lesson from haa shagóon in 2020
The phrase means so much more than just “our ancestors.”
Backyard glaciers: They’re still here, but they’re retreating
“I was born of ice.”
Sea lettuce: The treat beneath your feet
You can eat it raw or chop it up for soups, salads, spring rolls or ramen.
Planet Alaska: Woven with herring
Sharing herring is caring.
Planet Alaska: Turn Back the Tide on Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse in Alaska
It’s time to turn back the tide.