907 Updates June 12, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Family shares memories of young woman found dead at Nunaka Valley baseball fields; ‘The hardest thing I’ve done’: Alaska running standout Allie Ostrander opens up about entering treatment for eating disorder; Roadtrippin’: Rustic Hatcher Pass Lodge; Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center food truck hits the road and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Tiny insects ate the needles off a half million acres of Tongass hemlocks. Most of the trees will be fine.; Gardentalk — Harvesting and using wild celery and devil’s club and more ->
Alaska Native News: This Day In Alaska History June 12th, 1916 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Doyon Foundation provides grants for Alaskan Native language revitalization; Sci-Friday: Fairbanks Audiologist explains the inner workings of cochlear implants; Garden Report: What are Fairbanksans planting this year? And more ->
Rasmuson Foundation: Opportunity for Alaska leaders to refresh, reflect and grow
Individuals can either be nominated by others or initiate their own application. To nominate a leader, click here. To apply, click here. Note: all nominated individuals must still complete and submit a full application by Sept. 15. For more information, email sabbatical@rasmuson.org or call 907.297.2700 or toll free in Alaska, 877.366.2700.
Sheldon Jackson Museum June Artifacts of the Month are Two Tlingit Model Canoes
Sitka Nature Weekly Photojournal Update (2021-06-12)