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.
Dearest Alaska joins the owner and head chef of Pingo Bakery Seafood House, Erica Pryzmont, as she mixes up the dough that will become the bread and pastries she sells.
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.
KNOM’s own recordings of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy are now available online — for immediate listening or download.
We’re excited to report that several of KNOM’s renovation and construction goals are nearing completion as of late spring 2016.
In April 2016, KNOM Radio took home four awards from the annual conference of the Alaska Press Club. The awards recognize the work of KNOMers past and present — and they reflect the incredible difference made by our network of supporters and listeners.
One of KNOM’s most popular recent stories concerns Savoonga, a community in our region that recently caught its second whale of the season.