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Reader-submitted photos for late summer 2020.
“It felt like the earth was a giant halibut, and I was the fishing pole.”
Ben Jones recently returned to the tundra site of a May plane crash that took the life of the pilot.
Things like fly fishing are endless springs of inspiration if you do them right.
Ain’t nature grand!
It was as if someone had pepper-sprayed the Denali Highway.
They’re no longer singing in the rain.
Bristol Bay fishermen, processors and communities are under threat — and not for the first time.
Guy Tytgat’s room was 4 feet wide and 5 feet tall, made of fiberglass and near a volcanic crater.
It might be best to stay out of the chip aisle before a trip to the alpine
Salmon runs in in her blood.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire A group of friends went up the Granite Basin Trail in mid-August. Lots of work has improved… Continue reading
Animals (and people) make use of many things we find icky
The glaciologist never worked in Alaska, but Steffen’s work influenced a scientist here.
Researchers have found an answer —and explored what it means.
Reader-submitted photos for July 2020.
Property now named for late board member.
There is no dignity in a tantrum on the mountain or otherwise.
Socially distant derby.