Two new agents with the Cooperative Extension Service in Fairbanks will lead community programs in nutrition, health and gardening. Leslie Shallcross, a health, home and family development agent, and horticulturist Julie Riley previously served with the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Extension office in Anchorage.
Deadlines are fast approaching for two prestigious fellowships offered by Alaska Sea Grant, a partnership between the University of Alaska Fairbanks and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The second-largest earthquake on the planet in 1904 happened somewhere in Alaska. It could have been St. Michael, Rampart, Fairbanks, Coldfoot or a place called Sunrise on the Kenai Peninsula. People felt the magnitude 7.3 at each place.
It’s not easy to be a student-athlete — trying to balance classes, homework, practices, workouts and travel takes a lot of practice in time management. It’s even harder for married student-athletes, but Angela and Trent Molesworth make it look easy.
A new federally funded transportation center led by the University of Alaska Fairbanks will address safety issues in underserved areas of Alaska, Hawaii and the Pacific Northwest.
Alaska Sea Grant will offer three educational and training opportunities in February. The courses cover direct marketing, process improvement, and skills to avoid foodborne illnesses.
Hello old friend. I thought you were dead. Sorry, but remember last year, when you didn’t show up? It was the first recorded winter in Fairbanks when the thermometer at the airport didn’t register minus 30 Fahrenheit. I didn’t know what to think. But here you are, a blob straight from the North Pole, squatting … Continue reading An open letter to deep Interior cold