Low water on Eagle River lends itself to gravel bar hiking

The sun was bright and the air warm April 14 of this year as we hiked the three miles from the Eagle River Nature to Echo Bend.

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Science Requires Knowledge, but That Requires Education

Bradner concluded that science requires knowledge. Knowledge arises from education--an area being whacked by Governor Dunleavy’s budget axe.

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Would You Sign Your Work?

In all the jobs and countless tasks that you’re assigned to do; Would you sign your work to let folks know the work was done by you?

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Hemisphere Hopping for Year-Round Summer

On an assignment in Argentina for the oil and gas company, BP, several years ago, we included the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia.

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Caribou Creek: Third Time’s the Charm to Reaching Canyon Icefall

Brent Voorhees and I were pleased to find a recently made snowmachine trail as we skied north on Caribou Creek.

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Protecting Spaceship Earth

We should be involved in all efforts to examine the condition of our spaceship earth and perform preventative maintenance whenever necessary.

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Eklutna Lake by Foot, Skis, Bike, Skates or Snowmachine

Conditions on Eklutna Lake during the first two weeks of February had been perfect for skiing, skating, biking, hiking and snow machining.

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Jon Van Zyle’s paintings reflect his love for Alaska

For more than 40 years, Jon Van Zyle’s paintings, posters, and book illustrations have vividly captured the very essence of Alaska life.

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Baker University Offers Course in Face-to-Face Communication

As part of my Winter Semester course curricula, I am offering an undergraduate refresher course in face-to-face communication.

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What do you want to be when you grow up?

‘What do you want to do be when you grow up?’ is probably one of the most asked questions in our lives and many of us have yet to answer.

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