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Life Informed.

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    Governor Bill Walker’s Climate Action Leadership Team has been discussing a robust draft plan to tackle climate change. Listen now

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    “To me, the Second Amendment is still the most important amendment of all the amendments,” Young said. Listen now

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    This is the first time that the Green Star program has helped out in the Y-K Delta. Before then, villages stored household waste in a container and waited for the barges to come in the spring. Listen now

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    The world’s largest collection of Yup’ik artifacts has finally arrived home in Quinhagak on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta coast. Listen now

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    Prospective tourists have pledged to cancel vacations to Alaska if Senator Lisa Murkowski confirms President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. That is according to a letter sent to visitors bureaus in cities across Southeast Alaska. Listen now

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    A Fairbanks high school student may have discovered a new earthworm species. Listen now

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    On Thursday, the U.S. Forest Service announced it signed an agreement with the state -- officially kicking off that process. Listen now

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    Alaska Permanent Fund grew by more than $6B in fiscal year; New roads in the Tongass? Forest service signs off on state’s ask; State Climate Action Leadership Team meets in Anchorage; Congressman Young addresses Native issues, gun violence at forum; Group of tourists pledges to cancel trips to Alaska if Murkowski confirms SCOTUS nominee; Earthworm species found by Fairbanks high school student may be native to Interior; ANSEP hosts first program in Y-K Delta; Largest shipment of Yup’ik artifacts in the world arrives in Quinhagak; Six Y-K Delta communities clean up household waste with help from Donlin Gold; When prisoners own the store, everyone profits Listen now

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    John Martin or Anchorage had been traveling down the Yukon River in his one-seater. After reaching the Bering Sea, Martin traveled more than 50 miles across the Bering Strait.

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    Pink refuse bins have made an appearance in Anchorage this summer, but they're not for trash. They're part of Solid Waste Services' curbside pick-up program for compost. Alaska Public Media's Erin McKinstry went for a ride-a-long collecting those grass clippings and table scraps

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    A packed house filled Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s new Ernie Turner Center for the ribbon cutting ceremony. The traditional winter homes of the Dena’ina people inspired the design for the open, two-story space, which sits on a six-acre lot. But the services there will be available to both Alaska Natives and other Alaskans. Listen now

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    Quartz Lake is shrinking -- the water level of the popular lake just north of Delta Junction is dropping. And while researchers try to find out why, archeologists are studying how humans have adapted to the lake’s periodic cycles of increasing and decreasing water levels since they moved into the area 14,000 years ago. Listen now

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    This week we're hearing from Tom Huddleston in Copper Center. Huddleston owns and operates the Copper Center lodge, which has been in his family for 70 years since they bought it from the Mt. Edgecumbe school. Listen now

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    Governor Bill Walker’s Climate Action Leadership Team met yesterday in Anchorage to discuss its draft climate action plan, which recommends Alaska consider a carbon tax. But the plan is not a consensus document, and not every member of the team thinks pricing carbon is a good idea. Listen now

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    Indian Country is a term used to describe reservation and other trust lands. The designation allows tribes to have greater economic and legal control of the land that is held in trust for them by the federal government. It can unlock federal funds for development and also precludes state and borough governments from taxing the trust property. The authority has only been in place since 2014 after years of legal battles. Now it’s on hold. How much land has been placed in to trust in 4 years and what does the review mean for future applications?

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    China announced a 25 percent tariff on LNG imports from the U.S. Listen now

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    After crossing Bering Strait, Anchorage man detained in Russia; As trade war escalates, AGDC and Gov. Walker minimize threat to state’s LNG project; Southeast Alaska residents react to Roadless Rule announcement; Mat-Su residents to vote on adding local police officers; Ongoing power outages spoil summer subsistence harvests in Tuluksak; Quota raised for subsistence hunting of Chukchi polar bears; Alaska collects $11M in tax revenue from marijuana; Ernie Turner Center finds new home near Eklutna; Pink trash cans bring curbside composting to Anchorage; AK: Quartz Lake denizens adapt to a shrinking water level; 49 Voices: Tom Huddleston of Copper Center

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    “You got to look at the impacts on wildlife as well as people who live here,” said Mike Douville. Listen now

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    Generator problems have meant ongoing power outages for Tuluksak over the past month. Listen now

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    The search for a crashed flightseeing plane in the Alaska Range has been halted after four of the five people on board were confirmed dead with the fifth missing as of Monday morning.

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