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In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Kenai National Moose Range. Today this nearly 2-million-acre tract of public land is known as the Kenai… Continue reading
Les Gara has already displayed his commitment to Alaska’s youth during his time in the state Legislature.
The people of Alaska constitutionally mandated the retirement and medical coverage for retirees.
The failure to pay the dividend according to statute has created political chaos.
The PoA is the single most important piece of infrastructure in our state.
It seems everywhere you look and on every level people are gridlocked
From time to time, we reshare past Refuge Notebook articles. We selected this article as part of our efforts to commemorate the Kenai National Wildlife… Continue reading
Upper Cook Inlet fishing families have been hit hard by ongoing politics
When my wife and I decided to move to Alaska, we wondered if we would be welcome in our new neighborhood.
Fear takes any number of guises
As we at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge seek to know about the living things that call this place home, we come across many interesting… Continue reading
House Bill 52 burdens 98.5% of Cook Inlet fishermen.
Today, all Americans are coerced, embarrassed or otherwise influenced into one of two old political parties
The argument that mail-in balloting increases voter participation never impressed me
The Scriptures advise, “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.”
Note: In celebration of the Refuge’s 80th year, the Refuge Notebook articles will periodically feature stories from past members of the refuge team reflecting back… Continue reading
It’s been a hard winter throughout the state.
Southeast Alaska’s natural capital produces economic outputs from the seafood and visitor products industries worth several billion dollars a year
“It will not be an easy task, performing CPR on this theater, but imagine the joy that you could bring to the students.”
Alaskans need to be kept informed of what the trustees are doing with their money.