by Elizabeth Jenkins, Alaska's Energy Desk | Jan 16, 2019 | Local News
Climate change has been linked to killing at least a million acres of trees across the Pacific Northwest. So one ecologist wondered, for the yellow cedar forests and the people who care about them, what comes after environmental loss?
by Caitlin Woolsey, KCAW | Sep 11, 2013 | Local News
Twelve sophomores from Stanford University are in Sitka this month for a 3-week field course studying human and natural systems in Southeast Alaska. The course is taught by a combination of four graduate instructors, visiting Stanford professors, and local experts. It’s called a “SoCo” -- or Sophomore College. SoCo teaching assistant Caitlin Woolsey sent this audio postcard from what is proving to be a hands-on adventure in higher education.