A team of researchers, including several at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, have found what looks to be the first well-supported demonstration of an ancient language connection between people in remote Asia and North America.
Nearly 200 Cooperative Extension employees from more than 35 states will attend the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals national conference June 27–30 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The association includes active and retired Extension professionals working in environmental education, fisheries, forestry, range, recreation, water and related disciplines.
Experts at the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program are reminding the public that Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning poses a significant threat to people who eat wild shellfish harvested from Alaska beaches and waters not deemed safe by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
Bowheads are magnificent creatures that may reach 100 tons and spend their long lives in cold northern waters. Some bowheads swimming by today may have also been passing this point when Thomas Jefferson slept in the White House.