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The salmon-eating wolves of Alaska: Tongass film shoot captures, for the first time on video, wolves catching salmon at night

by Mary Catharine Martin It was past midnight one night in August, 2018 that the film crew and their Alaskan guides, out shooting for a Netflix documentary series called “Night on Earth,” found themselves sitting […]

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National Science Foundation supports additional Alutiiq Language Research

With a $56,462 grant from the National Science Foundation (award #1360839), the Alutiiq Museum will extend its Naken–Natmen (Where From–Where To) language project for an additional year. First funded in 2014, the multi-year project improved […]

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Current construction projects under contract not impacted by FY2020 Capital Budget

In response to recent concerns over construction projects shutting down due to the lack of a capital budget, Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities Commissioner John MacKinnon issued this statement: “Projects that are in […]

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The Salmon State: The International Year of the Salmon brings people together across the Atlantic and the Pacific

by Mary Catharine Martin 2018 was a mixed year for Alaska salmon. Bristol Bay saw its biggest run on record when 62.3 million sockeye returned to the bay. Other Alaska runs, in contrast — the […]

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Historic agreement signed by Tribal Organizations and the State of Alaska

“The Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact” Will Help Endangered Children Across Alaska Earlier today (October 19th, 2017), Alaska Governor Bill Walker used an appearance at the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage to […]