The interaction between the flowering species and our own is so ancient that we have only rumor and myth to guide us as we shape the spaces and program the experiences of our gardens.
The people of Klukwan have been forced to give up their language and much of their land. Will the village … Continue reading A Native Village In Alaska Where The Past Is Key To The Future : NPR
This essay by David Lendrum reminds us of the ever-vibrant language of the plants around us. The lusty beckoning of … Continue reading Landscape Alaska: The language of summer | Juneau Empire
Several kinds of slugs may be wreaking havoc in your garden. Whether you’re dealing with the small but voracious reticulate … Continue reading Slugs (the mollusc kind) | Juneau Empire
Wild food foraging often summons thoughts of salmon berries, blue berries, and raspberries, but there’s more out there to forage. … Continue reading Beach greens make a wonderful edible | Juneau Empire
Corinne Conlon laments the plight of gardener vs. weed in this week’s column for the Juneau Empire. After an empowering … Continue reading Weeds: The nemesis of gardening | Juneau Empire
This past Sunday NPR’s Melissa Block reported on a father-daughter fishing team in Sitka, Alaska. We’re on the Alexa K, … Continue reading In This Alaska Family, Life Lessons Are Passed Down On The Water : NPR