A Lesson Worth Learning

“Kids,” now in their 60s, who grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, remember Fish Creek as a babbling brook running through Blueberry Bog at the city’s southern edge. It was a place where moose roamed, salmon swam up the creek to spawn, and bears ate berries, salmon, and an occasional roaming moose. Fast forward 30 years and the landscape had changed dramatically–the babbling brook was gone, replaced with a mostly culverted creek that, where exposed to the air, was in a …


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