The Ask Alaska humor column provides answers on the best car for Alaska, the best rural airline, and driving with studded tires.
Linda Behnken has fished commercially off Alaska since 1982 and since 1991 has worked to promote sustainable fisheries.
An apprenticeship teaches young people how to build an iqyax̂, the traditional kayak used by Unangan people of the Aleutian Islands.
During spring in southeast Alaska thousands of anglers set out in search for a giant chinook while competing in king salmon derbies.
Living and working in an Alaska lighthouse was a harrowing experience. The weather and loneliness drove some men mad.
Tongass Odyssey, which took John Schoen five years to write, is an engaging mixture of memoir, science, and conservation history.
People have swam, walked, and sailed across the Bering Strait, which separates Alaska and Russia with 56 miles of ocean.
Jellyfish are becoming more abundant in Alaska waters. They are a detriment to some. The owners of Ravencroft Lodge offer jelly dive tours.
Jeff Meucci spent two decades as a scientific scuba dive professional with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in southeast Alaska.