Families without personal generators have seen their freezers thaw out and watched a summer’s worth of subsistence harvest go to waste.
Kasigluk couldn’t get help from nearby villages to fight the flames because the community is locked down to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The buffalo left Montana for Alaska on Monday — three hardy bulls, which weigh about a thousand pounds each.
Tens of thousands of school-aged children in Alaska are eligible for the pandemic-EBT program. Families now have until the end of September to enroll.
Richard Peterson, the President of Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, says he wasn’t surprised by the state’s lawsuit, but he was disappointed.
Metlakatla fisherman Eldon Atkinson says it’s an effort to provide food security for Alaska’s only Native reservation.
The State of Alaska is filing a lawsuit in federal court alleging the U.S. Office of Subsistence Management has overstepped its authority.
Empty shelves were a common sight in Stebbins even before the coronavirus began.
Plants with moldy garlic stems or skins should be cleaned and processed separately.
Materials decompose or break down into basic nutrients that benefit a flower or vegetable garden.