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Landscape Alaska: The choicest fruit

...and since they germinate in light they spread everywhere.Our modern strawberry is a cross between the tiny sweet wild berry of Virginia and one with large bland fruits and rapidly spreading runners from coastal Chile. When these two were taken...
Alaska editorial: Reality check on the cruise ship tax claims

...Land Management Office as an opponent of the tax initiative, as well as the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward and Alaska Wild Berry Products of Anchorage. Pac/West and Alaskans Protecting Our Economy said it was an honest mistake, someone typing...
Out & About

...m., meet at the end of North Douglas Highway. Coordinated by Juneau Audubon Society. Aug. 27: Saturday Wild: Wild berries, 9 a.m., meet at Eaglecrest Ski Area lodge. Coordinated by Juneau Audubon Society. Aug. 28: High-power and...

Aug. 27: Saturday Wild: Wild berries, 9 a.m., meet at Eaglecrest Ski Area lodge. Coordinated by Juneau Audubon Society. Aug. 28: High-power and sporting...
Around Town, 7 p.m., 3235 Hospital Drive. Details: Danielle, 463-5680 or 463-5690. Saturday, Aug. 27 Saturday Wild berry walk, 9 a.m., Eaglecrest Lodge. Leader is Carol Biggs. Sponsored by Juneau Audubon Society. Details: 789-7540...
Gardening extravaganza

...Saturday at the community garden on Montana Creek Road. Bring homegrown produce, fruit, or flowers, or your homemade wild berry jam or zucchini bread to enter in the judging between 9 and 11 a.m. There's a youth division, too, so kids can...
Some years, the birds didn't show

...consisted of a potluck meal at the community hall, where people showed up with game, fish, and pies and jams made from wild berries, Hobbs said. Turkeys and the rest of the fixings were shared too, if supply ships made it to the village. Catholic...
Business Briefs

...789-7900. RainTree is at 9131 Glacier Highway. Alaska berry book discounted JUNEAU - "Collecting and Using Alaskan Wild Berries and Other Wild Products," a recipe book by Alaska's Cooperative Extension Service home economists with artwork by...
Local news of 2002

...trails near Back Loop Road. What weather: Winter ended later in 2002 and a cold spring hurt gardeners and reduced the wild berry crop. Summer was wet, though not without sunshine, and enough snow to ski came late. As Eaglecrest Ski Area opened...
The time is ripe for red raspberries

...Wild Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska," the trailing raspberry fruit is "juicy and delicious," while "Alaska Wild Berries and Berry-Like Fruit," describes the flavor as "excellent." Chumley said the main drawback is that because the...


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