Log cabin exhibit at Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center.

Past Online Events

What is Food Sovereignty – Alaska Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movements

Food is at the heart of Alaskan Native Cultures. From hunting and fishing, to trapping and gathering, preparation and participation has kept communities fed… Read More >

Health and Healing Benefits of Food Sovereignty – Alaska Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movements

The health and wellbeing of people is largely dependent on the environment in which they live, access to clean drinking water and sanitization, and the foods in… Read More >

Community Gardens Promoting Food Sovereignty – Alaska Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movements

In addition to traditional harvest of wild meats, fish, berries and greens, gardening and farming is increasingly becoming an avenue for Alaskan Native communities… Read More >

Use and Reclamation of traditional Food Sources – Alaska Indigenous Food Sovereignty Movements

The ongoing harvest of traditional foods maintains and (re)establishes connections between Alaskan Native peoples, the land, water and plant and… Read More >

Language Journeys: Polly Hyslop on Upper Tanana

Language Journeys: Polly Hyslop on Upper Tanana

Polly Hyslop shared some of the memories growing up in Northway, hearing her Native language, Nee’aanèegn’ (Upper Tanana) from elders, and eventually reconnecting with the language when she returned to… Read More

Language Journeys: Ruth Ridley on Hän

Language Journeys: Ruth Ridley on Hän

Special guest Ruth Ridley shared some of the memories and experiences growing up in Eagle and learning her Native language, Hän, with her family. Over the years, Ruth has supported… Read More

Language Journeys: Hishinlai’ on Gwich’in

Language Journeys: Hishinlai’ on Gwich’in

Special guest Hishinlai’ Peter shared some of the memories and experiences that have shaped her language learning journey with Alaska Native language Gwich’in, and how she teaches and encourages others… Read More

Make a Bird Ornament with Susan Paskvan

Make a Bird Ornament with Susan Paskvan

Join us for a kid-friendly activity, making a bird ornament for the holidays and learning about the Denaakk’e language and culture with Susan Paskvan, Native Language Coordinator, at Yukon-Koyukuk School… Read More