February 22, 2017

Taste, Terroir and Food Security

Anchorage 2/21/17 – A team of researchers in China and at the University of Florida announced a breakthrough discovery about the genetics of the world’s “highest […]
January 28, 2017

Marine Science Symposium – Fish heads will want to know this stuff

Anchorage 1/28/17 There is a great deal that is not known about what Alaska’s salmon eat when they are out surviving and fattening in the ocean. […]
January 27, 2017

Roots of the Alaska Marine Science Symposium

Anchorage 1/27/17 De-compressing from the hectic challenge of the Marine Science Symposium. It appears that these conferences will continue, with the semi-independent North Pacific Research Board […]
July 15, 2016

Ninja Love: Salve from the tundra

An ethnobotany workshop on the tundra around Bethel was conducted this week. Traditional knowledge in the age of the internet is getting some contemporary twists, as […]