Winton shares stories from his childhood in Wales, as well as his more recent experiences teaching the children of Wales about subsistence.
James grew up on Little Diomede. This week, he shares memories from the holiday season and the hunting season.
Lela has lived all across Western Alaska during her lifetime, but the constants in her life are faith and family.
Ralph describes the hunting lessons he learned during his childhood in Gambell, and how he has passed them on to his own children.
In this week’s “Elder Voices” broadcast, hear Laura tell stories about her family’s adventures at camp and in the wilderness.
Maggie shares stories of gathering berries and greens with her grandmother and memories of subsistence: seining for fish, gathering tom cod, and whaling for beluga.
Join Barbara Koogasagoon, from Savoonga, as she tells stories of growing up on St. Lawrence Island, before electricity and airplanes.
“I try to pass on what I learned,” says Patrick. In “Elder Voices,” he speaks about the importance of revitalizing the Inupiaq language and preserving fishing and hunting practices.
In an episode from the “Elder Voices” archives, Agnes shares stories of subsistence, growing up at camp, and spending time with her grandmother outside Golovin.
On this week’s episode of “Elder Voices” from the KNOM Archive, hear White-Mountain-born Willa Ashenfelter describe village life she remembers as a child, particularly her fond Christmas memories. Tune in Wednesday at 11am and again at 6pm, only on KNOM.