by Paula Dobbyn Something new is happening in the cold waters off northern and western Alaska. Unusual injuries such as bite marks and flipper amputations are showing up on seals in the Bering Strait, Chukchi […]
Martha-Mae John of Kipnuk helps her mom Alice prepare the harvest of herring caught the first part of June.
by Mary Catharine Martin Study shows river systems behave like financial investments: diverse portfolios get better returns. Turns out finance and salmon survival have something in common: the importance of diversification. As a PhD student […]
by K.J. Lincoln A large painting spanning the length of the hallway at the Kuimarvik YK Delta Fitness Center in Bethel now brightens the view for visitors, and it is inspiring, inviting, and is in […]
by Ann Feinup-Riordan When word came that John Active had passed away, we at CEC (Calista Elders Council) were deeply saddened. Right now we are finishing a new bilingual book that will be published later […]
by Mary Catharine Martin The Taku Kwáan Dancers have been traveling from Atlin, British Columbia to Juneau’s biennial Celebration for years. This year, for the first time, seven of them did it the traditional way: […]
by ADFG Staff (Fairbanks) – An abundance of hares reported this week (May 30th, 2018), including dead hares with Tularemia and voles covered in ticks, could mean diagnosis of the summer’s first cases of Tularemia […]
Back on May 2nd, 2018, the Kuskokwim Ice Classic pod started to sink through the rotting ice of the river. Folks lined the banks, watching and waiting. Then, as the clock struck 7:51pm, the 100-foot […]