We’ll find about a new family support group, with guests Dr. Joanne Gartenberg and Rabbi Dov Gartenberg;
We’ll get the rundown on Sitka’s Home Skillet Music Festival, with guest, Ashia Lane;
Steve Henrickson, from the Alaska State Museum, will be giving us a preview of tonight’s First Friday presentation, Walking through WWII History.
- Tribal groups from opposite ends of the state have formed an alliance to fight mines they say threaten traditional fisheries.
- The deadline for bids and public comment on a proposed Haines-area timber sale has been extended. The University of Alaska is offering up 400 acres of old growth Sitka spruce and western hemlock on the Chilkat Peninsula.
- Heat pumps are nothing new. But upgrades over the past thirty years have made the systems a lot more reliable. Now Juneau installers are racing to keep up with growing demand.
- Concern over poor king salmon runs across the state drew a panel of fisheries experts together at a recent meeting in Anchorage. The event focused mainly on a better understanding of the science behind population declines.