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Protecting the Arctic Refuge: Gwich’in People Defend the Sacred

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It’s obvious that something is very wrong with the land before our plane even lands in Fort Yukon, Alaska, known to its indigenous Gwich’in inhabitants as Gwich’in Zhee.

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- Aug 07, 2019
Living the Science: Place-Based Education as a Model for Scientific Learning

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“Dip your hand in the water!” I yelled over the crash of whitewater, and then a few seconds later, “Now try it again!”

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- Apr 20, 2017
The Great Salmon Tour Project

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Salmon and trout are some of the most well-known fish species worldwide. They are in grocery stores and on menus, and there are entire outfitters built around giving anglers a great salmon fishing experience.…

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- Sep 17, 2012
The Great Salmon Tour: An Introduction

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Faith Peters at the Tanana Village Administrative Tribal Center is a quiet and soft-spoken Athabascan woman. She is also a fisherwoman with deep roots in the Athabascan culture and subsistence fishing.…

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- Jun 25, 2012
Tracking the Pacific Octopus

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The solitary and elusive Giant Pacific octopus, found in coastal waters of the North Pacific, holds the title of largest and longest-lived of the octopus species. The largest Pacific octopus on record…

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- Jun 23, 2012