As part of a federal spending package passed earlier this year, the university is set to receive around 360,000 acres of land.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier and his daughter, who raises rabbits for meat, made a recent trip to Washington state hunting for quality hares.
In some parts of Alaska, winter conditions still exist. But they won’t for long.
While it’s unseasonably cold and there’s still plenty of snow around, the days are long and the options are endless, says outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier.
Whether you prefer some late-season snowmachine riding or spring fishing, the time is right for an outing.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier reminisces about his early years in the state, where he learned how to thrive in spartan conditions.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier reminds us a playground of free exercise — and potential accomplishment — is right outside your door.
Fewer teams running to Nome could mean less crowded checkpoints, fewer disruptions on the trail and better care of sled dogs returned to checkpoints.
From the expeditioner to the joy riders, there is great riding in the Interior and it generally extends into the early spring.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier breaks down the prospects and best practices of a number of areas throughout Alaska.
Found along the western coast of the state, Arctic hares’ limited and remote range in Alaska keeps them out of sight to most.
Outdoors writer John Schandelmeier breaks down the budget and the benefits of fishing.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier provides a guide for visitors, both in-state and out-of-state, for the various options near his home in the Interior.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier has kept chickens for decades. Here are some best practices he’s learned over the years.
On the history of snowshoes, how they’ve developed over the decades and why they’re valuable for people traversing in snow.