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Where Juneau's weed would grow

...restricted in residential areas. Some of the main concerns involved with manufacturing are odor, safety and disposal of waste products or fertilizer, along with illegal sales, according to McKibben.Land designated rural reserve would only be allowed...
Cannabis 101: Residents school city's committee on marijuana

...ways to use the waste matter from the marijuana plants. Committee member Maria Gladziszewski asked many questions on waste products after Giono Barrett's presentation on different strains of marijuana and cultivation practices in what he called...
On the Trails: Herbivores and their plants

...stimulates the grasses to grow (in order to eventually produce seeds), helped along by fertilization from the animals' waste products. So when the next bunch of grazers passes by, the supply of grasses has recovered and even improved. Humans do something...
Fish guts to meow mix

...packaged retail products at its own facility, the waste product operation alone could employ 20 the oceans and landfills.Currently, the only waste products left behind at the AGS plant are crab shells. Erickson...
Crab shell socks: Coming soon to a retailer near you the commercial fishing industry for nine years and said he sees his home in Juneau as the prime market for fish waste products.He hopes to expand his industry from textiles to health care, such as sutures or Band-Aids, and even more once...
On the Trails: The many uses of urine

...Reading about porcupine courtship (see last week's essay) made me think about how other animals use this metabolic waste product. Urine is an excellent vector for delivering scents and hormones that are signals involved with courtship (as in porcupines...
On the Trails: Winter wanderings

...quite productive. We found a place where a hare had run back and forth, stopping long enough to eliminate colorful waste products and nibble the buds from the tip of a spruce branchlet that had been cut from a low-hanging branch several feet...
Empire Editorial: Is Fukushima tainting one of Alaska's most valuable resources?

...cause cancer. And many understand that certain chemicals, such as cesium-137 and strontium-9, contained in said waste products can accumulate in fish by being deposited in bones and muscle permanently.We are concerned our Alaska salmon are...
Kidney donation brings 2 Anchorage women together

...failing for 10 years, in part due to a congenital condition that gave her abnormally high cholesterol. Kidneys filter waste products out of the blood. As her disease worsened, Teas, who is 63, grew more and more fatigued."You start feeling...
On the Trails: Dung - a resource for its producers

...slit through which the male feeds her and, eventually, the chicks. What a life!Humans have often used their own waste products, euphemistically called "night soil" to fertilize agricultural fields. This practice tends to foster the distribution...


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