OPINION: Gov. Walker, give us a Fish and Game commissioner who knows that science and sustainability depend on the laws of nature, not politics.
OPINION: It's time for Alaskans to go back to draining swamps and clearing out the special-interest gators who are just here to take as much as they can get.
OPINION: Hunting and wildlife viewing aren't incompatible. But it serves the interests of some to sustain an artificial conflict between the two.
OPINION: The Alaska Board of Game is supposed to represent the interests of all Alaskans, not tilt toward any one interest group.
Alaska's Board of Game is reportedly trying to manage moose populations at carrying capacity and for maximum yield. Professionals know those two goals are mutually exclusive.
A radical question state game biologists should be allowed to ask: Under what conditions, if any, do wolves or bears indirectly help more moose or caribou survive than these predators kill?