Begich said officials from the top down will be held accountable when Shenseki’s VA report comes out.
The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee yesterday moved a bill to update the Magnuson-Stevens Act, the primary fisheries law in federal waters.
The U.S. Forest Service is moving closer to selling old-growth timber stands on roaded areas of Wrangell Island.
NMFS came out in favor of allowing more fishing in its environmental impact statement released Friday morning.
Starting July 21, Alaska farmers can sign up for the US Department of Agriculture’s Reimbursement Transportation Cost Payment Program.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has named 15 people to a committee providing advice on changes in Tongass National Forest management.
A U.S. Senate panel yesterday moved to require labeling for genetically modified salmon, if it’s approved for sale in this country.
The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is the only refuge in Alaska with active petroleum extraction.
New equipment has given the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service the capability to treat polar bears on the scene, which, until now, hasn’t been a possibility.
A report released Monday from the Government Accountability Office suggests U.S. participation in the Arctic Council lacks coordination and follow-through.