Alaska Outdoors

When Alaska salmon ‘go viral’

Alaska’s infamous salmon-related content never seems to die.

The daily struggles of a gearhead

How to justify purchasing those new waders.

Diversity in nature

Winter brings a variety of observations.

Juneau leading the way for a sustainable future

City is identifying important issues, setting sustainability goals.

Birds, shrews transform in hibernation

Winter dormancy isn’t only for the bears.

Test pressure canning gauges Friday

It’s a free service.

Invasion of redpolls sends seeds flying

Redpolls are seen in two varieties in Alaska.

Alan Thomas Soltys-Gray fishes for salmon. (Courtesy Photo | Tony Soltys)
Alan Thomas Soltys-Gray fishes for salmon. (Courtesy Photo | Tony Soltys)

The year without summer

A volcanic eruption in 1783 cooled off Alaska.

Juliea Gregory and Shgen George greet returning chum salmon in the clear water that gives Kaxdigoowu Héen its Tlingit name. (Courtesy Photo | Richard Carstensen)
Juliea Gregory and Shgen George greet returning chum salmon in the clear water that gives Kaxdigoowu Héen its Tlingit name. (Courtesy Photo | Richard Carstensen)

Solving the salmon problem

International Year of the Salmon brings people together for common goal.