Hunting caribou by bike
Hunting caribou by bike
Byron Nicholai of I Sing, You Dance
Byron Nicholai of I Sing, You Dance
Inuit throat-singing sisters from Canada
Inuit throat-singing sisters from Canada
31st Athabascan Fiddle Festival, old-time music and a sober good time
31st Athabascan Fiddle Festival, old-time music and a sober good time
Punk Monday at Pasta Avanti
Punk Monday at Pasta Avanti
Competitive flower growing for the Alaska State Fair
Competitive flower growing for the Alaska State Fair
Sunken car towed from Palmer Hay Flats salmon rearing waters
Sunken car towed from Palmer Hay Flats salmon rearing waters
Savoonga skin sewer, carrying her culture forward
Savoonga skin sewer, carrying her culture forward
Alaska Native rapper Rebel shares positive message with youth
Alaska Native rapper Rebel shares positive message with youth
Beach Front Silent Disco dance party at the Anchorage Museum
Beach Front Silent Disco dance party at the Anchorage Museum
A museum like no other at Alaska's Rainy Pass Lodge
A museum like no other at Alaska's Rainy Pass Lodge
Trapper Tim
Trapper Tim
Combat fishing on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
Combat fishing on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
Talkeetna, Alaska's bachelor auction and ball
Talkeetna, Alaska's bachelor auction and ball
Paddleboarder rides bore tide on Alaska's Turnagain Arm
Paddleboarder rides bore tide on Alaska's Turnagain Arm
The 2015 World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska
The 2015 World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, Alaska
Handmade Portraits: The Bone Carver
Handmade Portraits: The Bone Carver
Handmade Portraits: Mabel Pike
Handmade Portraits: Mabel Pike
Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail
Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail
UAA dancer with limited eyesight creates beauty
UAA dancer with limited eyesight creates beauty
Athabascan guitarman still rocking after 7 decades
Athabascan guitarman still rocking after 7 decades
Blues Central, Anchorage's new speakeasy
Blues Central, Anchorage's new speakeasy
Alaska skier Ira Edwards can't slow down
Alaska skier Ira Edwards can't slow down
An Alaska homestead made for partying
An Alaska homestead made for partying
The 33rd Athabascan Fiddle Festival evolves with a younger generation
The 33rd Athabascan Fiddle Festival evolves with a younger generation
Unalakleet Native elder Lorena Paniptchuk
Unalakleet Native elder Lorena Paniptchuk
How to catch a king salmon at Ship Creek
How to catch a king salmon at Ship Creek
Aurora Borealis over Turnagain Pass in Alaska
Aurora Borealis over Turnagain Pass in Alaska
Brown bears feed at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park and Preserve
Brown bears feed at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park and Preserve
Anchorage chef creates food sculptures that tantalize mind and body
Anchorage chef creates food sculptures that tantalize mind and body
Fertile ground in rural Alaska at Meyers Farm
Fertile ground in rural Alaska at Meyers Farm
President Obama dances in Dillingham
President Obama dances in Dillingham
Becoming an Outdoors Woman in Alaska
Becoming an Outdoors Woman in Alaska
Family ties: adapting to the land at Graveyard Point
Family ties: adapting to the land at Graveyard Point
2015 Arctic Man Ski and Sno-Go Classic
2015 Arctic Man Ski and Sno-Go Classic
Despite difficulties, love of mushing keeps Lance Mackey going
Despite difficulties, love of mushing keeps Lance Mackey going
Alaska Green Cross's marijuana legalization day celebration
Alaska Green Cross's marijuana legalization day celebration
Anchorage teenager gives breast milk to the baby she gave up for adoption
Anchorage teenager gives breast milk to the baby she gave up for adoption
Wine grape grower hopes to make first Alaska-grown wine
Wine grape grower hopes to make first Alaska-grown wine
Senshi-Con, anime and gaming convention in Anchorage
Senshi-Con, anime and gaming convention in Anchorage
Creative Arts and Crafts exhibits at the Alaska State Fair
Creative Arts and Crafts exhibits at the Alaska State Fair
2014 Alaska State Fair Giant Cabbage Weight-off
2014 Alaska State Fair Giant Cabbage Weight-off
49th Estate: The Buckner Building
49th Estate: The Buckner Building
Hydro electric power in rural Alaska
Hydro electric power in rural Alaska
Anchorage's refugee gardeners
Anchorage's refugee gardeners
The Alaska Mountain Rugby Grounds
The Alaska Mountain Rugby Grounds
Climbers head to Denali, North America's highest peak
Climbers head to Denali, North America's highest peak
With graduation leis, Pacific Islanders bring a piece of home to Anchorage
With graduation leis, Pacific Islanders bring a piece of home to Anchorage
Alaska Miss Amazing Pageant
Alaska Miss Amazing Pageant
Special Olympics power lifters
Special Olympics power lifters
Rural Native artist Jason Iya reaches new audiences online
Rural Native artist Jason Iya reaches new audiences online
Glass blower sees clear opportunity in marijuana initiative
Glass blower sees clear opportunity in marijuana initiative
49th Estate: Monson, Butcher made Trail Breaker Kennel a cozy home
49th Estate: Monson, Butcher made Trail Breaker Kennel a cozy home
DeeDee Jonrowe's unbridled determination
DeeDee Jonrowe's unbridled determination
Jeff King on what keeps him going
Jeff King on what keeps him going
Talkeetna, Alaska Bachelor Auction & Ball
Talkeetna, Alaska Bachelor Auction & Ball
Dead Disko is an Anchorage dance party with artistic twist
Dead Disko is an Anchorage dance party with artistic twist
Thursday Night at the Fights: Blood and hope mingle in the ring each week in Anchorage
Thursday Night at the Fights: Blood and hope mingle in the ring each week in Anchorage
Alaska wild blueberry picking along the Denali Highway
Alaska wild blueberry picking along the Denali Highway
Hunting caribou by bikePunk anarchists, subsistence caribou hunting and bikepacking may seem like an unlikely combination, but as Birch Block, one of the founders of Anchorage’s Off The Chain Bicycle Collective says, “We’re not your typical hunting party.”Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1Pqgb3E
Byron Nicholai of I Sing, You DanceByron Nicholai never thought he'd be anything more than a regular teenager from a remote Alaska village. But when his Facebook page "I Sing, You Dance" began to take off, he suddenly found himself a celebrity and role model for Alaska Native youth.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1Rh02hu
Inuit throat-singing sisters from CanadaKarin and Kathy Kettler, the Canadian throat-singing sisters who together are known as Nukariik, carry on the traditions of the elders from their mothers' village in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, which is located in northern Quebec.
31st Athabascan Fiddle Festival, old-time music and a sober good timeThe Athabascan Fiddle Festival in Fairbanks had its first show 31 years ago, in 1983. Since then the festival has grown, and seen changes in the music, but is still thriving. The event is inter-generational, and it is not uncommon to see an elder and dancing with a young teenager. The dance feels like a throwback to the Gold Rush days, when such gatherings really started going gangbusters.The popular dances back then were reels and jigs, but over the years other dances entered the mix: Jitterbug, swing, two-step, waltz and foxtrot. But the old days are not lost. Today's dances feature a jigging competition, in which dancers sport their best beaded mukluks and moosehide regalia, and dance an Irish-inspired jig that a someone from the 19th century would recognize.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch. j.mp/akdsptchfiddlefest
Punk Monday at Pasta Avanti
Competitive flower growing for the Alaska State FairMarya and Garnett Morrow Sr. of Moose Gardens Bed and Breakfast have been competing in the Alaska State Fair since the early 1980s, but have been consistently winning "grand champion" ribbons every year since 1985. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/1Kmr2Gz
Sunken car towed from Palmer Hay Flats salmon rearing watersWade Behm and his son Eric of Happy Hooker Towing were called in by Alaska Department of Fish and Game to winch out a sunken Ford pickup truck from the waters of Palmer Hay Flats State Game Refuge Wednesday.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/1RaQV18
Savoonga skin sewer, carrying her culture forwardSiberian Yupik fashion designer Christina Alowa of Savoonga learned to sew skins from watching both of her grandmothers and her mother, Annie Alowa, while growing up on St. Lawrence Island in the middle of the Bering Sea.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: j.mp/1LpH3B9
Alaska Native rapper Rebel shares positive message with youthSamuel Johns, who raps under the name Rebel, uses music to reach out to Native youth in a way that’s relevant to their lives.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: j.mp/akdsptchsamueljohns
Beach Front Silent Disco dance party at the Anchorage MuseumAnchorage local artist Buck Walsky re-created his Burning Man art installation on the front lawn of the Anchorage Museum. Beach Front Silent Disco is a dance party like no other. Alex the Lion djed music that was wirelessly transmitted to two hundred headphones that people could rent for the evening to dance. To a casual passerby the event looks like an odd miming performance with people shuffling around in frigid temperatures under sea creature-like blue lights. It was a surreal and joyful event to celebrate winter, sponsored by Polar Nights at the Anchorage Museum.
A museum like no other at Alaska's Rainy Pass LodgeFor 50 years, Buckey Winkley has been the hunting-guide-in-residence at Rainy Pass Lodge, the state's oldest hunting lodge. In that time, he's amassed a collection of hundreds of antique firearms and photos from successful hunts -- enough to fill a museum of his own design.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: j.mp/buckeysmuseum
Trapper TimTim Buechle says he likes old things, old planes, old cars and an old way of life. The 54 year-old trapper has been trapping since he was a kid in Pinconning, Michigan and lives a life that harkens back to the gold rush days of Alaska.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/1D6Ue1a
Combat fishing on Alaska's Kenai PeninsulaWhen it comes to fishing on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, "high density" is the nice way to put it, though the more common term for the shoulder-to-shoulder fishing commonly seen on the Kenai River is "combat fishing." But the name belies an activity that can be more conducive to friendships than fighting. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/akdsptch-combatfish
Talkeetna, Alaska's bachelor auction and ballThe annual Talkeetna bachelor party raised over $20,000 for charity this year and "is by far the best party you'll ever go to."Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/1wLHONG
Paddleboarder rides bore tide on Alaska's Turnagain ArmOn a rainy March morning, a lone paddleboarder rode a bore tide along Turnagain Arm in Southcentral Alaska. Leif Ramos had the wave to himself as he rode 45 minutes from just past Bird Point to Girdwood.
The 2015 World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, AlaskaThe World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks, which began in 1989, is the largest ice sculpting competition of its kind.This year, 16 teams have five and a half days to sculpt 45,000 pounds for the multi block competition, and two and a half days for the single block competition.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: j.mp/1KXBiKs
Handmade Portraits: The Bone CarverSylvester Ayek (sylvesterayek.etsy.com) continues to uphold the traditions of his Iñupiat elders: hunting, foraging, and the craft of carving walrus ivory and wood.Read the Etsy blog post: etsy.me/thebonecarver.
Handmade Portraits: Mabel PikeWith a deep-seated passion for beading, Tlingit Native elder Mabel Pike is dedicated to passing on the traditions of her clan's culture.Read the full Etsy blog post: etsy.me/handmadeportraitsmabelpike.
Jim Power and the Mosaic TrailFor over thirty years, Jim Power a.k.a. Mosaic Man (mosaicmannyc.etsy.com) has been transforming the Lower East Side of Manhattan with mosaics, one lamppost at a time.Read the Etsy blog post: etsy.me/mosaicmanetsy.
UAA dancer with limited eyesight creates beautyDancer and UAA student Carmel Young has a slow-growing malignant brain tumor in her optic chiasm, which affects her vision. But dance, and choreography, remains part of her life. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1VW5zyw
Athabascan guitarman still rocking after 7 decades
Blues Central, Anchorage's new speakeasy
Alaska skier Ira Edwards can't slow downDon't tell Ira Edwards to slow down. There's not enough hours in the day for the athlete with a paralysis to accomplish everything he has in his mind.
An Alaska homestead made for partyingDeVere Pieschl first visited the small community of Ferry, AK in the 1970s but it wasn’t until 1983 that he made it his own private party town.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1ItwdJJ
The 33rd Athabascan Fiddle Festival evolves with a younger generationThe 33rd Athabascan Fiddle Festival was held at the Chief David Salmon Tribal Hall in Fairbanks, AK Nov. 11-14, 2015. When the festival began thirty-three years ago it was a mix of Athabascan musicians from across Interior Alaska, contributing different styles of fiddle music from their respective villages.
Unalakleet Native elder Lorena PaniptchukLorena Paniptchuk has slowed down a bit in recent years, but she still manages to practice her sewing and beading, to both make a living and carry on traditions.
How to catch a king salmon at Ship Creek
Aurora Borealis over Turnagain Pass in AlaskaNight skies lit up early Wednesday morning during the second night of what is looking to be an especially active week for the aurora borealis.Skies over Anchorage cleared after midnight, treating Alaska's largest city to an aurora display that was especially active, if not especially colorful.Scattered low-hanging clouds marred otherwise clear views along Turnagain Arm, but Turnagain Pass, at 1,000 feet above sea level, offered mostly clear skies. This video was shot in real time using a Sony A7s camera, which can capture imagery in incredibly low light with a capacity of ISO 400,000.
Brown bears feed at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park and PreserveThe Brooks Falls Wildlife Viewing Platform at Brooks Camp offers visitors of Katmai National Park and Preserve a rare glimpse of brown bears close up in the wild. The site is a passage for sockeye salmon returning from the ocean, to the spawning grounds of Lake Brooks. Brown bears are known to gather at the falls during the salmon runs in July and September to feed on the plentiful fish. The area is also known for it's archaeological site containing some of the oldest human remains in North America dating approximately 9,00 years old.
Anchorage chef creates food sculptures that tantalize mind and body
Fertile ground in rural Alaska at Meyers FarmAt his farm carved out of the tundra near the heart of Western Alaska’s biggest town, Tim Meyers thinks about feeding the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and looks underground. There he has built a massive storage cellar to preserve potatoes, turnips, beets and more through the winter. Underground is where he starts seeds each spring in heated space under his house.
President Obama dances in DillinghamPresident Barack Obama watched a traditional Yup’ik dance group perform four dances at Middle School in Dillingham, Alaska on Sept. 2, 2015. Obama first watched the performance, then got up and danced with the group. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1OdpVMi
Becoming an Outdoors Woman in AlaskaHeading outdoors to do a little shooting? Fly fishing? Hunting? Archery? Rapelling? Just need to survive Alaska’s wilderness?You need skills, and a state program run with support of the Outdoors Heritage Foundation aims to teach them in a friendly, supportive environment. The Becoming an Outdoors Woman program, or BOW for short, aims to teach the skills women (men can enroll, too) to thrive in the outdoors and embrace new challenges.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1U5a35l
Family ties: adapting to the land at Graveyard PointIt's at Graveyard Point -- where there are rusted canning vessels, broken boardwalks and literal human skulls poking out of the ground -- that a group of fishermen are helping to change what it means to catch fish in Bristol Bay.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1dWxObZ
2015 Arctic Man Ski and Sno-Go ClassicAccording to founder Howard Thies, Arctic Man campgrounds in the Hoodoo Mountains at Summit Lake becomes the third largest city in Alaska overnight. The event has grown in the past thirty years from one hundred attendees to approximately 15,000. The grounds are overrun by RVs, snow machines, and bonfires.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1OxHzuO
Despite difficulties, love of mushing keeps Lance Mackey goingFour-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey has had a rough couple of years, between lingering health issues and rebuilding his champion Comeback Kennel. But the musher is as dedicated as ever to the sport -- and still hoping to find himself in the winner's circle.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1E4Jt1f
Alaska Green Cross's marijuana legalization day celebrationAt a party in this liberal, free-spirited enclave, pot enthusiasts celebrated both the groundbreaking legal change and the broader societal shift toward the acceptance of marijuana use.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1vDefO8
Anchorage teenager gives breast milk to the baby she gave up for adoptionFor the last two months, Kaleena Pysher 19, has fought through pain in her body and heart to pump breast milk for the baby she relinquished to an adoptive family.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1CfeFr5
Wine grape grower hopes to make first Alaska-grown wineBell's Nursery owner Mike Mosesian is a fourth-generation grape grower. After years of growing flowers, tomatoes and table grapes in Anchorage, Mosesian decided to grow wine grapes. He hopes to produce the first Alaska wine made from locally grown grapes.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/1D3qFhC
Senshi-Con, anime and gaming convention in AnchorageHundreds of people dressed up as characters from anime and video games descended on the Egan Center this weekend for Senshi-Con, Alaska's largest anime convention.Read the full article on ADN: http://j.mp/adnsenshicon
Creative Arts and Crafts exhibits at the Alaska State Fair
2014 Alaska State Fair Giant Cabbage Weight-off“Marmaduke” claimed the title of king of the cabbages Friday night at the 19th annual Giant Cabbage Weigh-Off at the Alaska State Fair. At nearly 118 pounds, the washing-machine-size vegetable grown by Steve Hubacek of Wasilla topped this year’s closest competitor by 4 pounds.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch News: http://j.mp/cabbageweightoff
49th Estate: The Buckner BuildingThe city of Whittier is in the early stages of figuring out how decrepit the crumbling Buckner Building might be, with the hopes of maybe -- and that's a big maybe -- bringing the once-great structure back from the dead.Watch on ADN.com http://j.mp/adnbucknerbld
Hydro electric power in rural AlaskaINN Electric, a tiny village electric cooperative on the north shores of Iliamna Lake, serves approximately 600 people, using primarily a hydropower project tucked into the mountains about 12 miles north of the lake’s edge.Read the full article by Suzanna Caldwell on ADN: http://j.mp/akdsptchinnhydro
Anchorage's refugee gardenersSince 2007, Catholic Social Services Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service have worked together to teach refugees new to Anchorage work in the gardens of McPhee Park in Mountain View, helping them to learn English and become a part of the community.Read the full article on ADN: http://j.mp/adnrefugeegarden
The Alaska Mountain Rugby GroundsAlaska Demolition owner Justin Green has transformed his front lawn into a private rugby field, in the hopes of putting Alaska on the international rugby map.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptchakrugby
Climbers head to Denali, North America's highest peakDenali National Park has 1062 climbers from 35 different countries, registered for the 2014 climbing season. Of those 440 will attempt to ascent Denali, North America's highest peak. Kahiltna Glacier base camp, which becomes a temporary tent city during the summer months, will serve as the starting off point for 99% of the climbers this year, including ones from Slovenia, Columbia, Switzerland, and two teams of Army Rangers from Fairbanks, Alaska.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptchbasecamp
With graduation leis, Pacific Islanders bring a piece of home to AnchorageAnchorage is home to thriving Polynesian communities, and over the years residents of the city have adopted a favorite island tradition: honoring graduates with handmade leis. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptchgradleis
Alaska Miss Amazing PageantDesigned to give women and girls who experience disabilities a moment in the spotlight, Alaska's first Miss Amazing pageant aims to develop social interaction skills and boost self-confidence.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/1tFs5eS
Special Olympics power liftersBack in 1968, Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded the organization that became Special Olympics, the world's largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities. The first official Special Olympics Winter Games were held in 1977 in Colorado. Since Eunice’s daughter, Maria Shriver was married at the time to a former Mr. Universe, Arnold Schwarzenegger, it makes sense that power lifting was added to the roster of the Special Olympics competitions.Read more: http://j.mp/akdsptchspecialopower
Rural Native artist Jason Iya reaches new audiences onlineArtist Jason Iya was born in Nome and raised in Savoonga. He learned how to practice subsistence, gathering materials and carving walrus ivory from his father and the other carvers in his village. Iya was encouraged to pursue his art, which he did with vigor. After mastering carving in Savoonga, Iya spent years trying to navigate the art world in Anchorage, only to return to Savoonga to live a traditional lifestyle. He hunts, carves, and digs for prehistoric materials used in his work and to sell.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/1lnTbVs
Glass blower sees clear opportunity in marijuana initiativeGirdwood glass blower sees budding opportunities with the possibility of marijuana legalization in Alaska and sheds light of the states 'don't ask, don't tell' attitude towards the drug.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/1hkwV9n
49th Estate: Monson, Butcher made Trail Breaker Kennel a cozy homeDavid Monson and the late Susan Butcher met on the Iditarod Trail in 1979.Monson says "she was passing" him, but the two connected after the race and married a few years later. After living in a cabin in Manly Hot Springs, about 80 miles northwest of Fairbanks on the Tanana River, they decided to have kids and move into town.The pair had several criteria for their new home site. It had to have water on it -- they have both a lake and the Chena River. It had be a large enough tract to not disturb the neighbors -- moving 100 dogs into a residential area could be disruptive. And finally, it had to have access to trails; the trails alongside the kennel go all the way to Nome without crossing a road.Read more about their home here: http://j.mp/akdsptchtrailbreaker
DeeDee Jonrowe's unbridled determinationLegendary dog musher DeeDee Jonrowe of Willow, Alaska is still as driven as ever, even after competing in 31 Iditarods. Her 5-foot-1-inch frame doesn’t do justice to her unbridled determination. Jonrowe is one of the foremost female dog mushers in the world, with 16 top-10 Iditarod finishes under her belt.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptchdeedeedriven
Jeff King on what keeps him goingFour-time Iditarod champion Jeff King of Denali Park always loved Jack London’s tales of the Last Frontier when he was growing up in California. King came to Alaska in 1975 for a summer job, discovered sled dog racing, and has lived in Alaska ever since. Husky Homestead Kennel has been King's home for more than 30 years. He’s raised three daughters, was married for 26 years, started a thriving dog sled tourism business, and trained for 22 Iditarods from Husky Homestead, located just a mile from the entrance to Denali National Park.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptchkinggoing
Talkeetna, Alaska Bachelor Auction & BallThis year's annual Talkeetna Bachelor Auction & Ball brought in record amounts of money in early December thanks to 40 bachelors who strutted their stuff on stage to the wild cries of 250 women.Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://j.mp/akdsptch-bachelorball
Dead Disko is an Anchorage dance party with artistic twistTo the people of the Northern Light Collective (NLC), Dead Disko, a monthly "undead dance party," is a meeting of artistic minds. The collaborative events combine light and video projections, dancing, body paint, and DJs mixing house and electronic tunes they've created or dug up on the Internet.Read the full article: http://j.mp/akdsptchdeaddisco
Thursday Night at the Fights: Blood and hope mingle in the ring each week in AnchorageThursday Night at the Fights is a club boxing event, with a weekly card from October through April, and is judged on pro rules. There are seven fights every Thursday -- two mixed martial arts matches and five boxing bouts. The range of fighters goes from first-timers to boxers with hundreds of matches under their belts. It's become a way for young men to become proud sportsmen who display raw aggressive nerve. The personal stories of many of the fighters are inspiring, whether they box to stay off the streets, out of prison, or to become role models in their communities. Read the full article on Alaska Dispatch: http://bit.ly/alaskadispatchthursfights
Alaska wild blueberry picking along the Denali Highway
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