Tag: alaska

Water kills again

The growing Alaska sport of packrafting has tragically added to the number of drowning victims in America’s largest national park this year.   Officials in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve along […]

Wilderness lost

Alaska might be one of the last bastions of North American terrestrial wilderness, but the waters that wash up against its coasts are another story. A global search for marine wilderness found […]

Comm fish myths

  KENAI – As sockeye salmon trickled into the 49th state’s most fought-over river on Friday, video showed Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and Commissioner of Fish and Game Sam Cotten meeting with […]

Maw(led) salmon

Somehow unnoticed, Roland Maw – the former Alaska Board of Fisheries member facing charges of Permanent Fund dividend fraud after being convicted of claiming to be a resident of both Alaska and […]

Unhealthy parks

Alaska may be the last bastion of heart-healthy national parks, according to a study out this week warning that visiting a national park in the Lower 48 states could be bad for […]