Tongass Odyssey, which took John Schoen five years to write, is an engaging mixture of memoir, science, and conservation history.
Jellyfish are becoming more abundant in Alaska waters. They are a detriment to some. The owners of Ravencroft Lodge offer jelly dive tours.
Bjorn Olson writes about the dramatic climate changes affecting Little Diomede, and how it thwarted his attempt to make a documentary.
Alaska salmon are getting smaller, researchers found adult salmon in the state are as much as 8 percent shorter than they were before 1990.
Mammoth remains discovered in the Pribilof Islands may belong to what was the last mammoth alive in Alaska.
Eric Beeman recounts the tale of a Kodiak deer hunt when a bear got to the deer before he and a client could.
Nick Jans encountered more bears than usual during his three week stay at home out the Haines Highway. And he wasn’t alone.
Katie Ione Craney is an artist based in Haines who primarily works with scrap material and found objects.
Tom Glass writes there is an undeniable parallel between a wolverine’s rough-and-ready attitude and the adventurous spirit of Alaskans.