A melt-caused landslide is accelerating, prompting action to maintain the route used to transport thousands of visitors through the park every summer.
It’s the right time for either planting fast-growing lettuce and radishes or slower-growing swiss chard and mustard greens.
Giardia is no joke. Just ask Ned Rozell of the Alaska Science Forum.
An oscillating fan will also help distribute the pollen in a greenhouse, and extra heat will help extend the growing season.
Skagway has set aside total of $215,000 over the last two years as part of an economic stimulus program.
A thawing rock glacier underneath a 100-yard section of the road going through Polychrome Pass is causing the road to slump.
Next year, Denali’s dog program will celebrate its centennial, marking 100 years of using dogs in the park.
Skagway’s tribal government is working to control the spread of the invasive yellow toadflax plant species around town.
The park service says the Pretty Rocks landslide, located around Mile 45, has required increasing maintenance in recent years because it is changing rapidly due to climate change.
Park officials say since the attack appeared to be from a mother defending her cubs, there is no indication the bear is unusually dangerous and they will not be searching for it.