Forest Focus Podcasts
Forest Focus is an audio program about the Forests in Alaska. Episodes focus on issues such as ecological restoration, recreation, tribal relations and much more.
Regional Wildlife Program Manager Cheryl Carrothers shares why bats are important where we live.
The Tongass National Forest’s newest pedestrian attraction, Nugget Falls Trail, will be dedicated at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center on National Public Lands Day September 24, 2011.
Wayne Owen the director of Wildlife, Fisheries, Ecology, Watershed, and Subsistence, Forest Service-Alaska Region, talks about the effects of climate change in the Alaska Region.
Two festivals popping up that will celebrate wild mushrooms in Girdwood and Cordova, Alaska giving aficionados of all things mycological plenty to see and do.
A collection of reflections on memorable experiences, events and places from people who have lived, worked and played in the Chugach and Tongass national forests.
The Festival provides the ideal opportunity for bird watchers to be part of this epic migration. Many activities, workshops and community events are offered throughout the festival.
ACRC fosters a collaborative environment that expands and enhances education and research opportunities by coordinating activities among cooperating agencies.