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Mild winter gives Kenai Peninsula moose a break

...Spraker, area management biologist for the Kenai Peninsula. Calf moose amble into winter after expending most of their energy growing, and breeding bulls have worked so hard chasing down cows during the fall rut that they have little fat reserves...

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Commission looks at future state energy policy idea

...fast-changing energy future that is influenced by global forces, including rising consumer demand for and costs of energy, growing concern for the safety and security of the energy supply, the growing influence of market forces, increased global...

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Gardeners cover ways to save bountiful harvests over winter

...the club's program chair. "They're such a great asset in taking care of what you've spent so much time and energy growing." A panel of local gardeners will discuss the various methods of constructing root cellars today at this month's...

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