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Poem - Of Tide and Time

Of Tide and Time, by Hanakia Zedek

What is life if not transfixed within this brittle shell
A miraculous brilliance juxtaposed
With so little time within a fragile hold… 132 more words


Dreaming of Home

I know you are out there, and I hope you are waiting for my return. Each day you swim within my thoughts, attaching to everything I think, consuming what ever I have left. 112 more words


Connecting with Our Fisheries


Reblogged from JuneauTek

Enjoy a stroll thru the Cordova harbor and learn about the various fisheries that support the local fishermen.   188 more words


Mistakes are meant for learning, not repeating.

I recently discovered that March 24th of this year was the 25th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska. If you are like me and this incident was a little bit before your time, here’s some background info. 696 more words

Reflecting On the 25 Years Since the Exxon Valdez Spill

Oil spills have been an on-going topic of interest to the public for centuries, but was rapidly thrust to the spotlight 25 years ago when the… 471 more words

National Aquarium

Greg Palast: ‘We’re All Some Kind of Native Now’

By Greg Palast  GregPalast.com  March 27, 2013  for TruthDig

It was Good Friday, 50 years ago on March 27, 1964, that according to seismologists, the snow peaks of Prince William Sound jumped 33 feet into the air and fell back down. 996 more words

Human Rights

The Afterlife of Oil Spills

On a shelf at my home, I have a small jar that contains a smear of crude oil. I dug it up on the shore of a small island in Alaska’s Prince William Sound in May of 2009, on a reporting trip… 915 more words