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Technology Is Changing How Food Is Gathered In Rural Alaska

By | April 8, 2013

Modern technology, like snow machines, boats, and cell phones have changed how Alaskans gather their food – both in urban and rural areas. As part of our on-going series looking at how we define our culture and live our lives as Alaskans, Anne Hillman examines some of those changes and the aspects that haven’t changed at all.

Our series on culture is funded by the Alaska Humanities Forum.

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