Devil's club might help leukemia patients, study suggests | Alaska Dispatch
Salmon Berries (Rubus spectabilis) and Alaska Blueberries (Vaccinium ovalifolium), both delicious berries that grow wild in the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska
More Arctic cotton.
ripe, red, high bush cranberries, Prince William Sound, Alaska | Patrick J. Endres
Alaska Salmon Poppy by MarculescuEugenIancuD60Alaska
A Himalayan Blue poppy I photographed in girdwood Alaska, love the color so much
YELLOW BIRCH is food as well as a medicine for people in Alaska.The sap is drunk directly from the tree as a beverage and spring tonic and used on boils and sores as a medicine. Sap can also be rendered into syrup, or fermented into wine. It also has many medicinal uses. Plus... Birch bark makes brown dye for skins. It is used for tannin. Leaves of B. nana are said to dye a better yellow than common birch. And for 'Wintergreen Tea' from the barkand twigs which are available throughout the y...
"Squirrel Tail Grass, Alaska“
Foliage in Petersburg, AK
Photo Gallery - Pictures of Alaska's Capital City | Juneau CVB
Domestic Straw Flowers in Alaska
Alaska ~~ Fiddle Head Fern. Food delicacy frequently served at an Alaskan potluck. (Unrolling fiddle-head fern.)
Cranberries, Denali National Park, Alaska