Golden Laureate Productions is proud to announce the release of former KSDP Radio Station Manager, Singer/Songwriter Lauretta MacBeth’s first 10 song Album/CD. “ALASKA GIRLS ROCK!” https://www.facebook.com/lauretta.macbeth – http://www.youtube.com/user/laurettamacbeth
Ms MacBeth’s CD is a lively combination of Rock, Pop and Jazz all inspired by life in Alaska. Songs like Taxi Dance, Bomb a Mama, High Octane, Alaska Town , Angel in a Bustier and Mama Rides a Harley. The title song “Alaska Girls Rock!” was inspired by the negative comments of comic David Letterman and Tina Fey. (more…)
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KSDP will be broadcasting an informational teleconference meeting @ 2PM on Thursday December 19 for Aleutians East Borough fishermen who are planning to participate in the upcoming 2014 winter fisheries.
NOAA Fisheries Enforcement, USCG reps & ADFG staff will all be on the teleconference.
CATTLE ON TWO REFUGE ISLANDS
Open House – Public Invited
January 15 7:00 PM
QTT Community Center, Sand Point, Alaska
Learn more about unauthorized cattle on two refuge islands.
• Refuge purposes must be met – Wosnesenski and Chirikof islands are part of Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Like all national wildlife refuges, they are places where needs of wildlife must come first.
• Cattle are unauthorized – There are no permits or leases allowing livestock grazing.
• Cattle are causing damage – The presence of unregulated cattle on these islands has caused and continues to cause damage to refuge natural resources.
• We welcome public input – The refuge is beginning public planning to develop alternatives for this issue, with the goal of ending unauthorized cattle grazing on these two refuge islands.
ALASKA MARITIME NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
95 Sterling Hwy #1, Homer AK 99603
Unauthorized cattle interfere with nesting of native birds both directly by causing disturbance and trampling of nests, as well as indirectly by reducing the quality of nesting habitat and cover for surface and burrow-nesting birds. Photo Credit: Bob Gill/USFWS.You are invited to help the US Fish and Wildlife Service identify issues and develop alternatives to address unauthorized grazing by cattle on two refuge islands, Wosnesenski and Chirikof.
The deadline to submit your ideas on issues and alternatives to be considered in the NEPA documents is January 31, 2014. Submission will be accepted by any of the following methods:
E-mail: fw7_akmaritime [at] fws [dot] gov
Letter: Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; Attention: Cattle, 95 Sterling Hwy, Suite 1, Homer, AK 99603
Phone: 907-235-6546, or Fax: 907-235-7783
Or at open houses:
Homer – December 16, 2013, 4 to 6 p.m., Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, 95 Sterling Hwy.
Kodiak – January 7, 2014, 4 to 6 p.m., Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, 402 Center St.