Slip Sliding Away, II| Visitor Access to Rapidly Retreating Mendenhall Glacier Proposed by US Forest Service

<strong><B>Slip Sliding Away, II|<b></strong> <i>Visitor Access to Rapidly Retreating Mendenhall Glacier Proposed by US Forest Service</i>

According to a recent report by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, Alaska is among the fastest warming regions on Earth. In fact, 2019 was the hottest summer ever recorded in Alaska. I can attest to that as 2019 was

Slip Sliding Away: Addressing receding glaciers is a slippery slope

<strong>Slip Sliding Away:  <brd><strong><strong><i><em>Addressing receding glaciers is a slippery slope</i></em></em>

Needless to say, seeing my first glacier in Juneau, Alaska in 2013 left me in awe and slack-jawed. It is a vivid memory; an imposing valley glacier glistening white with a topaz blue terminus, cradled between craggy, yet majestic, snow-capped

A Coyote is so Much More Than a Cat-Eating Canidae
Interpreting the Misinterpreted

<strong>A Coyote is so Much More Than a Cat-Eating Canidae<br></strong><strong><em>Interpreting the Misinterpreted</em></strong>

Cover Photo ©Wally Nussbaumer for projectcoyote.org — Coyotes adapt easily to living near people. In fact, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s (ADF&G) coyote profile states, “In the wake of man’s relentless expansion into wildlife’s domain, few species have

Juneau’s Long Summer Days Boost Wildflower Blooms

Juneau’s Long Summer Days Boost Wildflower Blooms

  Whereas we walk thorough a  meadow and see a cornucopia of colorful flowers, hundreds of years ago, Alaska’s indigenous people saw a grocery, a pharmacy, as many native plants are edible and have medicinal properties and uses. *** Many visitors