Call the Alaska Division of Agriculture in Palmer if you get a mysterious seed packet from overseas.
Master Gardener Ed Buyarski collects seeds from kale, radish, parsnips and spinach in his garden. He’s also tried growing shooting stars, wild columbine and chocolate lily flowers from collected seeds. But timing is key.
Get rid of some apples now to get bigger and better tasting ones at the end of the season.
Staff say everyone who was tested for the virus received negative results.
Plants with moldy garlic stems or skins should be cleaned and processed separately.
“I had no idea what that could possibly mean,” said hiker Roald Simonson. The weird sign led him to a learn about how the Forest Service maintains remote outhouses.
Materials decompose or break down into basic nutrients that benefit a flower or vegetable garden.
In a lot of ways, more visitors to Alaska’s recreation areas is a really good thing, but there are also some major downsides.
One of the adults, later identified as Steve Moyer, was dangerously cold as the group paddled the Honker Divide Canoe Route on the Thorne River.
Thanks to a Depression-era style conservation corp paid for with local CARES Act funds, some of locals laid off from their seasonal jobs this summer are now getting back to work.