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Looking out for the coasts.
Dude, where’s my hat?
Carbon dioxide and ecosystems.
There are thousands of species of nematodes.
He’s moving mountains (and money).
Changes to the Alaska snowpack.
Troop helps plant over 100 trees.
Observations from Eaglecrest, Dan Moller and Gold Ridge.
What’s allowed and what’s not.
I am not against logging. And call me hopelessly naïve but I am for living-wage jobs in Southeast and all of Alaska (don’t worry, this… Continue reading
The science behind predicting volcano eruptions.
‘It wasn’t supposed to happen this fast.’
“My bad” doesn’t always do the trick.
Roving around Boy Scout Beach.
Reports of peanutbutterfish are uncomfirmed at this time.
Tales of imported wildlife.
Thermometers across the state are hitting record highs.
It’s nice to get our city back, so to speak.