The Eagle River Trail Hounds cordially invite you to join us for A Day At The Beach!
September 3-4 Noon to Noon
Beach Lake Trails
4.3 Mile, 6, 12, & 24 Hour Foot Race
Groundbreaking Ceremony & End of Summer BBQ
Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska (EATA) is excited to announce the following events occurring over the next few weeks! Construction on the long awaited Indoor Riding Arena (Cover-All) for EATA’s therapeutic riding program benefiting children, adults, and veterans with differing abilities begins August 18, 2016. Together with the Anchorage Park Foundation, EATA will host a Ground-Breaking Ceremony and end of summer BBQ on Monday, August 15, 2016 from 6 PM – 8 PM.
Vote Margaret Stock for U.S. Senate and Vote Lisa Murkowski out.
Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Margaret Stock (born 1962) is an immigration attorney based in Anchorage, Alaska. She is running for United States Senate as an Independent candidate in the 2016 Senate Election in Alaska.
Stock is a 2013 recipient of the MacArthur “Genius” Award. She has served in the US Army Reserve, and has taught law at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.
August 11, 2016 (Anchorage, AK) – Spawning salmon have returned to waters at the Eagle River Nature Center and so have the bears that feed on them. As a result, Alaska State Parks is closing the Albert Loop Trail and its vicinity, effective at noon today (Thursday, Aug. 11). At this time of year, black and brown bears and their cubs use the bridges and beaver dams as fishing platforms and adjacent brush and trees for cover.
Today’s closure does not affect the Iditarod/Crow Pass trail, the Rodak Loop and viewing platforms, or the Dew Mound Trail. Reopening of the Albert Loop trail will be announced and most likely will happen at freeze-up when the majority of bears go into hibernation. The trails seasonal closures have occurred since 1997.
Anyone recreating on an Alaska trail is encouraged to take appropriate precautions. Be prepared to encounter a bear, and be knowledgeable in recognizing bear behavior and responding to an encounter.
CONTACT: Tom Harrison, Chugach State Park Superintendent, 907-345-5014, email@example.com
Who did not know, does to understand that rivers change course?
This is not something new. This river has always been a problem for those who deliberately choose to build on it. When home owners did their research, how did they not find out that flooding and erosion has been an on-going issue for years? Home owners had the opportunity years ago to pay for flood and erosion control and they refused to. Why is it someone else’s responsibility?
Comments on biggest fiscal fiasco’s and could you perform this work and implement savings for less than $800,000?