Alaska TA speaks on Climate Change effects on Alaskan Villages

Tikaan Galbreath, the technical assistance specialist for the Alaska region spoke on "Climate Change Is Melting Arctic Ice Cellars." For generations, Native Alaskans have preserved foods by digging 10 to 20 feet into the permafrost. As the planet warms, more than their food security is at stake.


Read the full article here: https://civileats.com/2021/06/01/climate-change-is-melting-arctic-ice-cellars/

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