Alaska frontiers

Frontiers. BLM Alaska News Journal. Photo of green northern light in the night sky over White Mountains National Recreation Area in Alaska
Charles Ebbers

An Outstanding Day by Iko Bay

Legacy Well Iko Bay #1, a 2731-foot-deep natural gas well, was plugged and abandoned after a full remediation by the BLM.

Melinda Bolton

The making of a trail well-traveled

Public trails attract all kinds of recreationists and helping make sure you have easy trail access and safe travels on them are among the priorities of the BLM’s outdoor recreation planning staff.

Melinda Bolton

New air quality monitoring station provides clear data in Arctic

A new Air Quality and Weather Monitoring (AQM) Station funded and maintained by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has revealed pristine air quality in the remote Arctic

James Hart

Podcast: Some Points About Archaeology

Let's imagine you're on a hike and you come across an old stone arrowhead, an old tin can, or some other type of artifact. What should you do? Why?
Beth Ipsen

Frontiers, is the Bureau of Land Management's news journal for Alaska, delivers exciting and insightful articles on the latest environmental actions, news, policies, and recreational areas. Frontiers connects with a wide audience of active readership, especially those who live, explore, and travel on our spectacular public lands in Alaska.