By doing what they do best — eating — spruce beetles are modifying forests in Alaska. Scientists are tracking the changes and fighting back.
Art by Tim Bower. I’m looking at moving to an urban neighborhood in Alaska. Are there any you recommend? Check out The Real Last Frontier Estates. That place…
Strength of the Tides aims to empower and celebrate women and other underrepresented genders in the fishing industry.
Vera Metcalf is the executive director of the Eskimo Walrus Commission, which co-manages the Pacific walrus population.
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.
Modern technology and traditional knowledge contribute to Inupiaq whaling, which is culturally, economically, and nutritionally important.
Nick Jans writes that the real work of hunting begins after the animal is down, in the diligence needed to properly take care of the meat.
Brewers making craft beer are a key part of many communities in Alaska. The breweries are a local gathering place and source of pride.