Wilting and yellowing vegetation must be trimmed off fast — before they succumb to slugs and fungus.
While picking apples, check the tree’s interior growth to make sure that future apples on the north side of the tree will get enough sunlight to ripen.
Smoke from the record wildfire season in California and the Pacific Northwest has been visible all over the northern half of the Lower 48.
You can plant lettuce, mustard greens, spinach, kale and radishes right now. They will either be ready for a fall harvest or will tolerate the winter’s cooler conditions and have a head start next spring.
Some park managers worry they’ll have to close walkways, parking lots or campgrounds if they can’t maintain them properly.
Tulips, crocus, daffodils, snowdrops and alliums bloom with different colors, heights and sometimes at different times of the season.
Winter is coming and competition over a popular trail in Juneau has pit winter sports enthusiasts against each other. One group says they should have exclusive winter access to the snow. The other feels that public lands should be shared among all users.
The plan also includes ski trail grooming near the park entrance and snowshoe and mushing access upgrades at Mountain Vista.
Many local bike enthusiasts are excited about the project. But some neighbors raised concerns recently, saying they weren’t informed beforehand.
Alaska Division of Agriculture officials say they’ve received at least fifty reports from Alaskans about getting seeds from overseas this summer.