Tag Archives: Blythe Brown

Locals catch and chow down on invasive species in Kodiak

Ryan Gabor (left) and Pearson Brodie (right) prepare and eat crawdads following their snorkeling trip to the Buskin. (Photo by Kayla Desroches / KMXT) Kayla Desroches/KMXT An informal sport fishery has popped up in Kodiak. For crawdads. They’re crustaceans that look like little lobsters, and they’re native to the Pacific Northwest. But, in 2002, they were found scuttling along the …

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Community Gardener Reports Produce Stolen

Garden beds at the community garden. Kayla Desroches / KMXT Kayla Desroches/KMXT Bike theft is common in Kodiak, but locally grown produce is also in high demand. A member of the community garden says she went to tend to her vegetables and found them missing. The Larch street garden gives residents a chance to grow their own produce in a …

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Talk of the Rock: Culverts

On today’s Talk of the Rock, host Kayla Desroches speaks about fish culverts with Blythe Brown from the Soil and Water Conservation District and habitat biologist Will Frost. They cover the purpose of culverts, how they play into the salmon life cycle, and what lies in store for culverts on the Kodiak road system.

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