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It Is Germane. Part 1
What does my recent sojourn in Florida have to do with my coming out? Reader, it is germane.
Slack Tide: 36 Signs Summer is Back in Juneau
The return of whales, salmon and tourists… and, of course, closeout deals on steer manure.
I Went to the Woods: At the speed of sound
Being reflective is not about high ground. It’s not about your place compared to others…
Planet Alaska: The gift of deer heart
Deer heart is one of the early and most abundant greens in Tlingit Aaní.
Alaska Science Forum: The worst fire year we can remember
Here’s how it happened.
Gimme a Smile: Living in a time of greatness
We are living in a time of greatness.
Coming Out: A living name
Names that live and breathe like we do, and that sometimes change like we do.
I Went to the Woods: Silent steel
“You forget most of what ends up in the freezer, but those steelhead, they stick with you.”
Resilient Peoples & Place: Moby the Mobile Greenhouse cultivates community
It presents opportunities to grow food knowledge and skills.
On the Trails: Birds and beetles at Kingfisher Pond
Something is almost always happening at Kingfisher Pond.
Slack Tide: Good day, sunshine
Good morning, good morning, here comes the sun king.
On the Trails: Enjoying birds, blooms and more near the Mendenhall Glacier
The trail to Nugget Falls was a lively place in early May.
Coming Out: My second skin
I’m sloughing off those old pernicious ideas and wearing a second skin.
On the Trails: An April scrapbook of little observations
Spring wings and other things.
Coming Out: Dodged that bullet
“You deserve your own process.”
Alaska Science Forum: Alaska’s water crop is a natural resource
Alaska’s freshwater supply is so abundant the numbers are hard to comprehend.
I Went to the Woods: Here they come
Tourism isn’t all good and it isn’t all bad.
Alaska Science Forum: His 48th summer on top of the world
In the ’80s, 225 pairs of black guillemots nested on Cooper Island. Last year: 25 pairs counted.
On the Trails: Reproductive delays in mammals
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire Human animals have a simple, direct system: copulation and sperm delivery may lead to fertilization of an… Continue reading
Coming Out: Swimming to Hell
The self as examined by punk rockers and Sartre.