Emmy award-winner and documentary filmmaker Richard Kahn has spent the last 12 summers paddling wilderness rivers in the Western Arctic. From these experiences, Kahn has produced this wilderness journey of words and photographs. Sponsored by Alaska Wilderness League, Northern Alaska Environmental Center, and the Northern Studies Student Organization of UAF, this event is free to the public.
Ever wonder what the North Slope was like before oil and gas development? Mark and Denise Wartes have lived and visited along the Colville River and its tributaries since the early 1950's. They will talk about their experiences hunting, trapping, fishing, and starting a family from the Arctic Ocean to the Southern Brooks Range. In the tradition of respecting their Inupiat elder teachers, they wish to share this lifestyle with others.
Get the latest information on the proposed Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric project at this workshop! Jan Konigsberg of the Hydropower Reform Coalition will discuss the proposed project, its potential impacts and benefits, the FERC process and timeline, and how to give effective testimony.
Friday, April 9: Larry Merculieff "Voices of the Aleut Elders for Modern Times/Unungan Ulaazaaz Tunnu Uyam"
Wilderness Voices - Arctic Refuge Travelogue
Join Adele as she takes you on a virtual journey through the influence wilderness areas have had on her life. Learn how she uses the natural landscape to influence her work in graphic design.