As residents look for respite from stay-at-home orders and gym closures, Alaska bike shops are reporting a surge in demand.
The Lena Beach area has been closed, off and on, for seasonal work since 2018. The work wrapping up now is part of the final phase.
Camp directors across Alaska are redoing their summer programs to prepare to welcome campers during the pandemic.
Some Alaskans see a possible silver lining in the devastation: A spring and summer in a world-class tourist destination — without the tourists.
Tips and pointers for those brand new gardeners hoping to use their yard or deck to help supplement their fresh vegetable supply while they are hunkering down.
Alaska’s state parks have seen a major uptick in users as snow melts and other recreational opportunities remain limited by concerns over the spread of coronavirus.
Now, as business owners look to this season for some sort of normalcy and a chance to recoup financial losses, they’re facing a new challenge: a global pandemic.
Master Gardener Ed Buyarski answers more listener questions in this week’s edition of Gardentalk.
An exception is being made for Southeast Alaska because of the area’s wet conditions and types of fuels that are present.
So far, over fifty thousand gallons of oily water have been recovered from Port Valdez from which 590 gallons of pure oil have been recovered.