Kaktovik’s life on the edge
By Michelle Theall
Nome is an angler’s paradise
SEAWEED INUSTRY HAS A PROMISING FUTURE IN ALASKA
MYSTERIES OF THE ICE WORM
The name “Alaska” derives from the Aleut word Alaxsxaq (also spelled Alyeska), meaning “mainland” (literally, “the object toward which the action of the sea is directed”).
Because sometimes, you just need to get away.
“There’s a land—oh, it beckons and beckons, And I want to go back—and I will.” – Robert Service
“For most anglers, a 30-inch trout is a fish of a lifetime. To catch one that is truly wild and native is even rarer still. However, every fall on the Naknek river in Bristol Bay Alaska, fish like this are caught virtually every day. AK30 explores the suspense, drama, and beauty of chasing...
Just a few reasons why Alaska wild places are so unforgettable. Enjoy! Wild World from Janessa Anderson on Vimeo.
Humans have unprecedented power to change our environment. That also gives us a staggering responsibility to be good stewards of the environment. Here’s one take on what hangs in the balance. It focuses on the Tongass National Forest and features one of Alaska magazine’s regular editors and...