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Southeast Alaska's invisible (and invasive) war

...Extension Service's 2015 Alaska Invasive Species Workshop. Monday, local U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist John Hudson, the keynote speaker, talked at the Mendenhall Valley Public Library about "Juneau's Green Invasion."Juneau's...
Carver to lead whistles workshop in Ketchikan

KETCHIKAN -- Tsimshian artist John Hudson will lead a workshop called "Voices from Cedar: Carved Whistles of Southeast Alaska" at the Totem Heritage Center on Saturday...
Invasive species workshop hosted in Juneau

...Juneau will highlight invasive species management and issues in Southeast Alaska and around the state.Keynote speaker John Hudson, a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife in Juneau, will offer a public lecture at 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at the...
Exploring the realities of the 'butterfly effect' in Alaska

...itself.Ever gone for a walk in the snow and seen bugs crawling across a frozen expanse?Armstrong and entomologist John Hudson have spent hours over the past year lying on their stomachs, watching bugs on the snow.One reason some emerge: snow...
What's happening this week

...Jeff Brown, James Todd Cochrane, Cathy Conner, Jim Fowler, Susi Gregg Fowler, Ernestine H. Hayes, Ishmael Hope, John Hudson, Sarah Isto, Mary Lou and Jim King, Kathy Kolkhorst Ruddy, Hannah Lindoff, Peter Metcalfe, Pat Race, Emily Wall...
Alaska Library Association Conference runs Feb. 26-March 1 in Juneau

...James Todd Cochrane, Stuart Cohen, Cathy Conner, Jim Fowler, Susi Gregg Fowler, Ernestine Hayes, Ishmael Hope, John Hudson, Sarah Isto, Mark Kelley, Mary Lou King, Jim King, Kathy Kolkhorst Ruddy, Hannah Lindoff, Peter Metcalfe, Pat...
Passport to STEM success's effort to expand science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.With the Dragon Fly Guy John Hudson, students pored over shallow water dishes full of organic matter and minute insect larvae.While picking out one such...
Photo: Giving it the personal touch

...District, applies a herbicide by hand to reed canary grass next to Montana Creek on Monday. Valverde was working with John Hudson of the U.S. Fish & Game to kill the invasive plant, which if left unchecked can choke off waterways.
Tree cutting raises questions about 'scenic enhancement' citizen thinks it's anything but. ``It's detracting from the scenery in my view,'' said local resident John Hudson. He was concerned when he saw workers removing or pruning groves of alder and willow that looked like they'd be good...
Alaska's Dragons

...Alaska. This male is patrolling his territory, but he's not looking for food. He's hunting for a mate. Biologists John Hudson and Bob Armstrong of Juneau discovered the delicate emerald last summer along Peterson Creek near Amalga Harbor. It...


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