AYEA teens asked Governor Walker for a climate change task force. Photo courtesy of AYEA.
By KYUK Intern Ellie Coggins
A Yukon Kuskokwim Delta teen travelled to Juneau over his spring break to be part of the annual Alaska Youth for Environmental Action Civics and Conservation Summit. He and 21 others took their activism straight to the capitol building to ask Governor Bill Walker to create a climate change task force.
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With four days left in the annual Fall Fundraiser KYUK members have pushed the public radio station over it’s fundraising goal of $20,000. This year’s goal was the most ambitious in over well over two decades. KYUK’s Radio Director Shane Iverson says achieving the lofty goal proves Y/K Delta residents value their public radio station. “We’re deeply humbled by all the giving. It shows us listeners appreciate what we’ve been doing to improve local broadcasting.” Read more →