Making a home for people and wildlife. These natural places sustain our communities and contribute to the health and well-being of families. Nature’s Good Neighbors is a series of stories highlighting people who depend on the land as much as the land depends on them. Working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conserve and restore wildlife habitat for future generations, these modern-day stewards are working with nature to make a home for people and wildlife. Read the Alaska stories below from Sandy Jamieson an adventurious Alaskan who retires after forty years guiding on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or the elders from Point Lay who remember a time when the Arctic sea ice and the animals that depend on it followed reliable patterns.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service