Thank you for being friends when it counts. This month, we write you with serious and heavy hearts. Our region has been dealt a major blow. The heaviest storm in seventy years has caused massive damage all along the Northwest Coast. While no lives were lost, the devastation reverses years of hard work in the…

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In this installment of Ocean Knowledge, Megan Onders interviews several guests: Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada President Lisa Koperqualuk, Director of Marine Environment Division at International Maritime Organization Arsenio A Dominguez, former Chair of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission and former Lt. Gov. of Alaska Mead Treadwell, Kaare Erickson with Ikaagun Engagement, Senior Director of Arctic…

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Alaska Native dance ensemble, mid-performance, next to a window overlooking Nome, Alaska.

In this episode, Danielle Slingsby and guests talk about local events celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Listen to the full episode below. Image at top: The King Island Dancers performing in celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2018. Photo by Emily Hofstaedter, KNOM (2018).

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Danielle Slingsby and guests follow up on the previous episode about storm impacts with news on response, recovery and preparation. Listen to the full episode below. Image at the top: Nome during Typhoon Merbok. Photo by Scotty Campbell.

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