“Everything is so unknown,” said Meta Mesdag, the owner of Salty Lady Seafood Co.
The Vogue Tongass posts are linked to a website that helps people generate letters to their local elected officials and the Secretary of the USDA.
Richard Peterson, the President of Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, says he wasn’t surprised by the state’s lawsuit, but he was disappointed.
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A new report captures a grim economic snapshot of how Southeast Alaska has been affected by COVID-19.
The State of Alaska is filing a lawsuit in federal court alleging the U.S. Office of Subsistence Management has overstepped its authority.
It’s part of a larger vision — in the works for several years — to establish a Northwest Coast arts hub.
In the Tongass National Forest, this comes at a time when sweeping management changes were already underway.
Nine tribal governments in Southeast Alaska submitted a petition to the United States Department of Agriculture on Tuesday, asking for another rule making process for the Tongass National Forest.
Bobby Reynolds is best known in Juneau for his long stint at the Red Dog Saloon, playing colorful songs and parodies.