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My turn: Predator management portrayals on Ballot Measure 2 are way off base

...moose available for resident hunters in both rural and urban areas to provide the option for resident Alaskans to harvest wild food from wild lands. None are designed to make more moose available for "outside trophy hunters to hang on their walls...
Kodiak stats show demand for animal help

...statistics shows that almost a third of its calls last year were bear complaints between October and December.With ample wild food on hand after a mild summer, this fall's bear problem is not expected to be as large as last year's.
Five Good Reads: Thomas Fletcher

...scribe. Two part biopic, one part fantasy. Don't let the goofy title stop you! "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food" by Paul GreenbergFor pesca-philes interested in the future of the catching/farming/ranching of marine resources...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

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Natives: Climate change hurting wild food

ANCHORAGE --Dramatic climate changes are under way in Alaska that are making it harder for Natives to continue their subsistence lifestyles, a scientific gathering in Washington, D.C. was told this week.
Celebration seaweed contest highlights traditional food

...Alaska for thousands of years. Alaska families have developed their own methods for drying and flavoring the nutritious wild food. Friday afternoon, it will prove to be a particularly valuable resource for three people who provide three judges with...
Alaska Natives seek explanation for recent rise in cancer rates

...others say the anecdotal evidence linking sickness in the wild food supply to illness in humans needs to be studied. She...connection between high disease rates and the traditional wild food supply. "Science is rigid," Arukwe said. "To do...
Fairbanks school to study invasive sweet clover

...Alaska, Fairbanks, has received an almost $500,000 federal grant to study the impact of the white sweet clover on wild food sources, such as blueberry and cranberry bushes. The invasive plant thrives in newly burned areas, which can put it...
Officials: Gulf spill slowing subsistence report in Alaska

...but do make it harder to address some of the complicated issues. KTUU-TV reported that many people who depend on wild food were disappointed to hear the report still isn't finished. It was supposed to be completed by Jan. 1, but the Interior...
Regional News
Coalition brings fight for fish to Washington fight for the preservation of Bristol Bay," said Paul Greenberg, author of "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food," in a teleconference Thursday from Washington, D.C. "Wild Alaska Bristol Bay sockeye is simply the purest, best...


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