About 87 percent of land in Alaska is public. It provides ample opportunity for recreation and habitat for wildlife. But it also stirs debates on how the land should be used.
Drive the Taylor Highway road trip to Eagle, a town of less than 100 that offers visitors a chance to see what life looked like in Alaska in 1899.
The Eagle River Nature Center, a popular recreational area for locals and known as the gateway to Chugach State Park, celebrates 25 years.
Black Army soldiers of Company L served in early Skagway. They went on fire patrols, helped provide order, and rescued people in emergencies.
Nick Jans writes about the air service that connects Ambler, and other Bush communities, to the outside world.
The Yukon Bar, a local dive for Seward residents, is the start of many a memorable nights. If you’re in Seward, be sure to drop in.
The Puzzler’s Guide to Alaska by Jen Funk Weber is a great Alaska puzzle book to keep kids entertained during your travels around the state.
Budget woes prompted extreme cuts to service provided by the Alaska Marine Highway System. What is it’s future?
Nick Jans writes that Alaskans have Alaska to ourselves during the pandemic, but it comes at the cost of losing the tourism economy.