Traditional Food & Recipes Heritage Kit

Traditional Food & Recipes Heritage Kit

Local and Regional food plays a vital role in the Chugach Peoples survival, culture and passing down of traditional recipes. Food harvesting, preservation, preparation and cooking are a valued tradition promoting the health and safety of the people.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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The book is a compilation of personal accounts directly from Chenega community members.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This work uses photos, illustrations, and text to guide readers through identifying, harvesting, and preparing seaweed for consumption.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Nanwalek
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Created to share how the people of Nanwalek have responded to climate change -- includes descriptions, stunning photographs, and a wide array of quotes directly from community members that propel the narrative.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This illustrated booklet describes wildnerness sources of nutritious foods -- both for an emergency and for everday living. 
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This work represents an expanded version of the first edition which explores traditional foods with a focus on nutritional information and preparation techniques.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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This classroom project includes a compilation of illustrations from students and stories that students collected from Elders and community members pertaining to salmon.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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This book is written from the 1974 notes of Bobby Stamp and capture valuable knowledge pertaining to traditional life in Chenega.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This combination of color-in images and text provide students with a guide to twenty marine mammals and information about their unique characteristics.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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This classroom project includes a compilation of illustrations from students and stories that students collected from Elders and community members pertaining to halibut.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This children's book uses the items in Mary's kitchen pantry to relive subsistence practices, such as hunting deer, picking blueberries, or catching salmon.The book includes beautiful illustrations that incorporate traditional Tlingit colors and designs.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Ingam-atya
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This classroom project includes a compilation of illustrations from students and stories that students collected from Elders and community members pertaining to blueberries.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This book tells a fictional, fantastical story about a girl from an Alaska Native community who dreams of catching a very large King Salmon. Instead, she embarks on an adventure with the King Salmon and learns about the power of believing in yourself.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Filled with colorful photographs and easy to understand text, this book introduces readers to interesting facts about octupuses, including their habitats, unique characteristics, diets, and more.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This activity book includes activities designed for elementary school students that provides nutritional information that encourages healthy eating and incorporates traditional Alaskan food sources in the activities.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This fully illustrated book is a comprehensive field guide to more than four hundred marine species found in Alaska waters. Its primary geographic range is the Bering Sea, central Aleutian Islands, and the western and central Gulf of Alaska.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This illustrated book provides information about ocean ecosystems and animal and plant life to educate children about marine life and phenomenon.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Designed for use across the Northwest Territories to promote the use of traditional food for health and well-being, this book contains a wide array of lessons and activities for classrooms.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This book follows nine-year-old Alex's fishing adventures in the streams of Kodiak Island. Alex, a native Aleut, comes here to fish with his family as his ancestors did.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Based on a folktale as told by Betty Huffmon, this story is about a girl who decides to use her magic to help the ladies pick berries for the Fall Festival.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Based in Alaska, this children's book recounts the sequence of creatures who investigate and find a use for Baby's lost shoe on Ptarmigan Mountain.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Readers follow the journey of Chinook, a female king salmon, as she journeys to safely deliver her eggs. The books teaches readers about the salmon's journey and the Alaskan communities that she passes through.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This educational coloring book offers readers information about the salmon lifecycle to accompany the book's detailed illustrations.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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This booklet teaches readers about existing data, state partnerships, industries, and conservation efforts relating to Alaska's salmon.