National Park Service is considering a number of upgrades including a new visitor kiosk, restroom, river overlook, bike racks, benches, interpretive panels, passenger drop-off zone and improved parking.
Murkowski said the best way to ensure long-term protection is for Congress to pass a law.
The flamingo riders weren’t worried at first.
Harper was only 25 when he and his wife, Frances Wells, died on the steamer Princess Sophia when it ran aground in Lynn Canal on Oct. 25, 1918.
Lisa Daugherty prefers layering carbon on top of food scraps in a compost bin so that it doesn’t attract flies, squirrels, ravens, and bears.
A group of 12 mountaineers were rescued Tuesday from a glacier in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park by the Alaska National Guard.
After a year without tourists, Park Director Philip Hooge says there are moths flying out of his checkbook.
The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center will open to the public on Tuesday, June 1. It will be the first time since doors closed in March 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns.
Seedlings from Alaska certified seed potatoes should have soil mounded up around them as they grow every two- to three-inches.
Trail and cycling advocates are applauding Alaska U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan for being the first Republican to co-sponsor a bill that would provide billions of dollars to connect trail systems and improve access to trails.