Berries of Northwest Alaska

As the sun begins to set in August, and us “northerners” finally experience some darkness, the berries of northwest Alaska begin to flourish.   The sun sets for about 5 hours now, which is both good and bad.   Good, because the berries we gather near the coast are able to turn on the afterburners, so to speak, in terms of growing.   They soak up the sun during the day, and rest at night, similar to those of us who are busy all summer long.   Bad, because it Read More …