|Interviewee||Description||Interviewer||Date of Interview||Location of Interview||Affiliation||Collection|
Anne Shankle grew up in Michigan, and moved to Naknek Alaska in 1996 while building her own house from scrap parts leftover from seafood processors. She subsists off the land, and lives off the grid with her dog sled team. Ann has extensive knowledge of medicinal and native plants, and discusses how she has subsisted in Naknek, which includes harvesting berries, plants and herbs from the tundra.
|Sarah Wise, Kim Sparks||Nakenk, AK||Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, NOAA Fisheries, Bristol Bay Native Association , NOAA Preserve America Initiative||Women in Alaska Fisheries|
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