This summer, Pilgrim Hot Springs will go from a deteriorating historical site to an operational community garden. At least that’s the vision of Unaatuq, LLC, which owns the property.
Arctic Greens will harvest its first crop on June 21. Soon after, the produce will go on sale at Kotzebue’s AC store.
With a swipe of a smartphone, locals can submit their environmental observations, and there’s even an app aimed at preventing further change.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the convention, which will take place in Fairbanks between October 20-22, 2016.
For this week’s audioblog, Mitch interviews Emily about snakes, sun guilt, fainting couches, and the goodbyes that loom in the all too near future.
The halfway house is now bigger, cleaner, and safer, according to Director Bob Weston. Seaside staff and residents moved into the new building in February.
President Obama recently removed the words “Eskimo” and “Aleut” from two pieces of federal legislation, but it may take another generation for it to fade out of Alaska’s Arctic.
A new study in the Journal of Physical Oceanography suggests that rising temperatures in the far north could result in warmer water, or what’s known as spicier water.
The club won’t certify students with pilot licenses, but it will give them basic skills and knowledge, according to science teacher Dave Padvorac.
Two resolutions are up for a vote tonight at the Nome City Council meeting – municipal funding for the Nome School District and a proposed increase in the 2016 mill rate.