Here’s another double dose of garden tips, hints, and tricks.
From last week’s broadcast, Master Gardener Ed Buyarski explains what you can do about those pesky porcupines that like to invade your yard and garden:
From this week’s broadcast, he provides a primer on collecting seeds that you can use for planting next year:
- With U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan’s help, the Water Resources Development Act has passed the U.S. Senate, inching Nome closer to the possibility of an Arctic deep draft port. The act will bring $1.4 billion dollars to new water infrastructure over the next five years.
- Cabinet members and high-ranking science advisors from 25 governments will convene on the White House tomorrow to discuss the Arctic. It’s billed as the first-ever White House Arctic Science Ministerial.
- Citing the concerns among his constituents an Anchorage Assembly member knelt during the pledge of allegiance during a Tuesday meeting.
- Tarps and blankets, and heat sinks made out of buckets of water can minimize frost damage to plants and vegetables.