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Home sweet home, August 19

Home sweet home this morning, August 30th.

I think the title of this post means “It’s snowing at my house” in Gwich’in, but I make no promises. 88 more words


River Trip Journal 12


So, so lovely. The confluence spread wide and glittering blue under a north-facing bluff as we left a rainstorm and entered a valley full of sun. 316 more words


River Trip Journal 10

Sunday Evening

Back on the river, finally. We had a good two weeks down on the Kenai and in Fairbanks, but it is good – really good – to have all of our really important possessions contained in the hull of this boat again. 1,051 more words


Days 29-30 - Deadhorse to Denali National Park

After staying the night at The Arctic Oilfield Hotel, which has got to be the northernmost hotel accessible by car in America (the other two hotels in Deadhorse are slightly farther south), I got up in just enough time to take a shower and get to Camp Deadhorse, which, while sounding like a Halloween store, is actually the outfit that runs the tour buses through the oilfield to Prudhoe Bay, on the Arctic Ocean. 1,480 more words

Long Trips

ANWR could be opened for drilling

Environmentalists and House Democrats are up in arms over a line item in the 2018 House budget bill that could result in the opening the Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) for drilling for fossil fuels. 95 more words


Our Public Lands Belong to Our Children

Here’s your Monday Action for the week of 6/12/17:

The White House and some members of Congress are working on legislation to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR, in Alaska) for oil drilling as well as other public lands that are currently protected. 518 more words

Climate Action


Spring in the arctic is soft. It happens gently, so that without thinking too much about it you’re wearing your sneakers and then sandals to school every day and you’ve stopped building fires altogether. 1,391 more words