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Ernestine Hayes - Alaska Reads 2016 "Blonde Indian"

Alaska Dispatch News - Juneau writer and University of Alaska Southeast faculty member Ernestine Hayes’ Blonde Indian was a recipient of the 2014 Alaska Literary Awards, the 2007 American Book Award, finalist for the PEN Nonfiction Award and Kiriyama Prize, and now first choice for the 2016 Read Alaska campaign. “Blonde Indian” tells the story of the author's journey back home after a twenty-five year absence. ...More

Report: Some yellow cedars to remain healthy through 2100

Juneau Empire - It turns out polar bears and yellow cedar trees have something common. So do ice seals and red cedars. That commonality: One is negatively impacted by climate change; the other appears to be a climate change “winner.” Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center, the Forest Service and the University of Alaska Southeast are working together to test some affected areas around Kake, and to better see how red cedar does in places yellow cedar has died and been left standing, or died and been harvested, said Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center Director Allison Bidlack. ...More

Ernestine Hayes - Alaska Reads 2016 "Blonde Indian"

Alaska Dispatch News - Juneau writer and University of Alaska Southeast faculty member Ernestine Hayes’ Blonde Indian was a recipient of the 2014 Alaska Literary Awards, the 2007 American Book Award, finalist for the PEN Nonfiction Award and Kiriyama Prize, and now first choice for the 2016 Read Alaska campaign. “Blonde Indian” tells the story of the author's journey back home after a twenty-five year absence. ...More

 
 

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