How do you can caribou, make a trapper cap, or build a greenhouse? How do soil characteristics affect pesticide movement? Where can you find a DVD on the Gwich’in people of Arctic Village Alaska? These are just a few examples of the diverse questions you can answer through University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service (“CES”) resources. Many CES resources are available free for download at the CES website, http://www.uaf.edu/ces/pubs/. There, you will also find out how to order publications, such as DVDs, which you can’t download for free. You can search the CES publications catalog by keyword or browse by topic. The Alaska State Library has also acquired many of these publications through the Alaska State Documents program and most of these can be checked out to patrons.