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Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know About the Last Frontier… And Less: Juneau
Cannibalism in nature can be a family affair.
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
No elk taken, but it’s nothing to grouse about.
We give respect and thanks to the berries and the birds as we harvest the last of the berries.
Here are a few examples of enjoyable displays of fall colors…
It only took one sockeye to remind of how lucky I am to live in a world with wild salmon
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
Three is the magic number.
The perfect spruce tip is tightly bound needles without the brown papery casing.
The ovoid is the heart of it all.
Learn to balance an island world.
The phrase means so much more than just “our ancestors.”
“I was born of ice.”
You can eat it raw or chop it up for soups, salads, spring rolls or ramen.
Sharing herring is caring.
It’s time to turn back the tide.