Rhodiola, also called arctic root, goldenroot, and roseroot, could be the next big commercial crop in Alaska.
A moment in time from Kirsten Dixon and Mandy Dixon, and cakes to get through any situation in this excerpt from Living Within the Wild.
Some remnants of the early days of Western agriculture still remain in Southeast, including leaves from Henry D. Clark, the Rhubarb King.
Brewers making craft beer are a key part of many communities in Alaska. The breweries are a local gathering place and source of pride.
Bear Creek Winery in Homer and Alaska Berries in Soldotna turn the state’s fruit and berries into wine enjoyed by the bottle.
From Ketchikan and Juneau to Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska roasters satisfy the discriminating tastes of the state’s coffee drinkers.
From providing vitamin C for early settlers to being the backbone of commercial agriculture in the state, potatoes are vital to Alaska.
The short harvest season for spruce tips brings an economic boom and some family bonding to the Southeast town of Gustavus.
The Ask Alaska humor column is here with answers to your questions about Alaskan superfoods and the Alaskan Diet Plan.