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Wake up, Taakw eetí is almost here!
What does this actually mean for the lives of Southeast Alaskans?
The richer we are.
Whatever we’re called as a collective, we’re a noisy bunch.
This bear says more than “Grr…”But he says that, too.
I do love going out to the movies.
We were already happier, ready to skip our phones across the water like stones.
I found a funny looking thing on the underside of an alder leaf.
There is always something that comes to mind when I am outside.
Or, as some Alaskans like to call it “liquid sunshine.”
Maybe it’s my duty as a human to enjoy doing simple things that many take for granted.
These tart and sweet berries resemble a small red thimble.
A pretty little perennial plant, sometimes called sticky asphodel, grows in many of our muskegs.
Sharing herring is caring.
Read and hear what he has to say.
It’s time to turn back the tide.