Alaska stands at an important threshold, and the decisions we make in the coming months will determine the fate of wild Alaska salmon for generations to come.
Everyone on the Kenai Peninsula has a good moose story lately ? there are moose walking through coffee hut drive-thrus, getting stuck to chairs, hanging out at the entrance to Safeway and otherwise causing shenanigans around the Peninsula. Funny or not, the real story of those tales is something not so light-hearted: a cold, snowy winter that makes for hungry, sometimes aggressive, moose. Wildlife personnel are swamped with moose-related calls, and it's rarely good news.
The predominantly anti-Pebble Mine crowd that attended Wednesday night's discussion at the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center wanted to know if stopping the controversial project is even possible.
Kenai's City Council agreed that the city will become a pass-through grant recipient for the Kenai Watershed Forum at its meeting Wednesday evening.
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