So long as brown bears live in Anchorage, salmon streams will attract them.  Can, or should, paths for runners, bikers and hikers be rerouted?Rick Sinnott
Something remains in my soul after killing a moose. Something I still can’t quite name: sad and happy, holy and terrifying. Heather Lende

April Mudrick Fulk captured video of a caribou herd Sept. 29, 2015, near the Trinity Christian Center ("the igloo church") in Soldotna during their fall migration. 

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As part of a nationwide initiative that emphasizes lifelong health, federally managed outdoor agencies recently joined President Obama to launch the Every Kid in a Park Pass program, available through Aug. 31, 2016.Erin Kirkland
Seminars at Calbela's run 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the first 100 women in line for the sessions will receive a free gift bag.Alaska Dispatch News
Eight years after being told by national park rangers that he couldn't use a hovercraft on a river within the boundary of the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, an Anchorage man's court case is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.Sean Doogan
Safe winter travel along Alaska's highways and backcountry trails is mostly a mindset. You need to take precautions based on individual ability and comfort. John Schandelmeier
A bear outside a public-use cabin on Berg Bay in Southeast Alaska didn't take too kindly to being pepper-sprayed, and vented its frustration on a traveler's kayak.Sean Doogan
The application deadline is Oct. 31 for those interested in interested in serving on the 15-member Chugach State Park Citizens Advisory BoardAlaska Dispatch News