Author and photographer Amy Gulick discusses her book “The Salmon Way” – An inspiring look into the lives of Alaskans and salmon and how they intertwine.
Master carver Wayne Price discusses the in intricacies of constructing traditional canoes and the adventures of traveling in them through Southeast Alaska.
As part of their class with the University of Alaska, fisheries students, Matthew Callahan & Valentina Melica, joined by their professor, Anne Beaudreau, convey their research on whales and sablefish (black cod).
Editor Anjuli Grantham & Fishtorian Bob King discuss the book Tin Can Country: Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries.
Alaskan artist Ray Troll shares information about the fascinating creatures featured in Cruisin’ the Fossil Coastline. From pachyrhinosaurus to Matanuska ammonites to ichthyosaurs, the fossil coastline is full of amazing animals large and small.
Joe McCabe and Brian Weed, originators of the popular Hidden History Facebook page, talk about exploring early mines, hydroelectric facilities and pre-World War II installations which were crucial to Juneau’s early development and have been forgotten by the passage of time. They’ll also discuss the ethics of responsible exploring and how to do it safely.
An intimate look at the career of an introverted Forest Service biologist. His dream was a job alone in the woods never having to talk to another person. Pete’s humorous and often poignant story traces how that changed.
Wild Coast Trekkers, the first episode in the Forum@360 series, is about the adventurers who were highlighted in the film Journey on the Wild Coast, making films in the far reaches of Alaska, and their future projects — both film and in print.