Alaskans may remember a few years ago, when huge numbers of common murres, a type of northern seabird, were washing up dead onshore.
Kodiak Island’s last ferry of the season pulled away from the dock on Saturday, Jan. 11, and there won’t be one returning until April.
A Department of Environmental Conservation budget proposal could mean some rough years ahead for small shellfish farms in Alaska.
This year is the first that the plant, now owned by Trident Seafoods, won’t be processing cod — and that’s because of climate change.
The Kodiak village of Akhiok is replacing its 40-year-old power grid and generator.
Observer fees are going up for Alaska fishermen and processors. In Kodiak, fishermen aren’t too worried about the modest increase, but some would like to see improvements made to the decades-old program.
The new warming trend started in mid-June.
According to NOAA, over 180 gray whales have washed up dead along the West Coast so far this year. But each new specimen adds a little more clarity for scientists.
Alaska state legislators are considering ending school bond debt reimbursement to municipalities. For residents in Kodiak Island Borough, that could mean steep property tax hikes.
A Kodiak dispensary is one step closer to opening its doors after getting City Council approval, but for now it won’t be authorized to sell edible marijuana products.