Kaktovik’s life on the edge
Before and after a catastrophic volcanic eruption
When an eagle flies through the window
Beautiful, tasty, and great dancers
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The debate over the future of Bristol Bay and the proposed pebble mine are heating up once again, as conservation organization Trout Unlimited brings a lawsuit against the US Environmental Protection Agency, questioning the the EPA’s objectives stating, “the EPA ignored science…”
BY ERIC M. BEEMAN I SHOOT BIRDS. I enjoy an autumn day wandering in the high country chasing ptarmigan with my .22 short, and a fat mallard from one of our nearby sloughs is genuinely tasty. Nowadays, though, I’ve discovered an additional way to shoot.
(fiction) Story and illustrations by Jocelyn Paine In my youthful self, I imagined the sea was a basket of treasures. All things that came from it were delights to my eyes or thrilled my mouth or woke my skin. When my sister and I set out foraging, I always suggested the sea’s edge, while she...
One woman’s stand-off with a persistent grizzly By Nancy Pfeiffer I am drifting off to sleep in my tent in the Ray Mountains, a little-known mountain range north of Fairbanks and south of the Brooks Range. My 12-year-old Australian sheepdog, Blumli, sleeps at my feet. The arctic sun, still above...