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A tree grows in Petersburg.
At some point, we start wrapping our heads around value, not just cost.
What do a platypus, salamander and dolphin have in common?
Alaska researchers are working to create insulation that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
An abs-orb-ing read.
Vic Van Ballenberghe had stood amid their knobby legs for many springs and falls in Interior Alaska.
I find what I want to find and proclaim certainty. This is not helpful.
Where is everybody?
“I can hand a piece of the Yukon River or Mendenhall Glacier to someone thousands of miles away…”
The most recent count put the population at 16,650 whales — down 38% from its peak in 2015-16.
See the salmon stats here.
Golden cottonwoods, yellow willow leaves, and the red/pink/yellow leaves of highbush cranberry.
Unlike the giant storm that hit Alaska in mid-September, hurricanes and typhoons both have eyes.
Reading old writing is an experience.
Guttation drops contain not only water but also sugars, proteins, and probably minerals.
You cannot see it, it’s electric.
I think bats do hibernate in interior Alaska…”
Loud and outrageous have become the recipe for sports commentary.
A topic worth HAARP-ing on.