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On Friday afternoon, the Sitka Local Foods Network hosted anthropology student Elizabeth Kunibe of Juneau for a presentation, "Growing in Sitka and Southeast Alaska: Food of Today, Tomorrow and 200 Years Ago." This presentation took place at the Kettleson Memorial Library and we had a standing-room-only crowd of 50-plus, despite being arranged less than a week before the event and competing with several Alaska Day happenings.
Thanks for "Growing in Sitka and Southeast Alaska" presentation 110409 SPEAKINGOUT 2 Capital City Weekly On Friday afternoon, the Sitka Local Foods Network hosted anthropology student Elizabeth Kunibe of Juneau for a presentation, "Growing in Sitka and Southeast Alaska: Food of Today, Tomorrow and 200 Years Ago." This presentation took place at the Kettleson Memorial Library and we had a standing-room-only crowd of 50-plus, despite being arranged less than a week before the event and competing with several Alaska Day happenings.
Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Story last updated at 11/4/2009 - 12:21 pm

Thanks for "Growing in Sitka and Southeast Alaska" presentation

On Friday afternoon, the Sitka Local Foods Network hosted anthropology student Elizabeth Kunibe of Juneau for a presentation, "Growing in Sitka and Southeast Alaska: Food of Today, Tomorrow and 200 Years Ago." This presentation took place at the Kettleson Memorial Library and we had a standing-room-only crowd of 50-plus, despite being arranged less than a week before the event and competing with several Alaska Day happenings.

The Sitka Local Foods Network thanks Elizabeth for taking the time to make the presentation on what, for her, was a pleasure trip to Sitka for Alaska Day. We also thank the library and librarian Sarah Jones for allowing us to use Kettleson Memorial Library for the presentation.

Finally, we thank everybody who came to the presentation to hear Elizabeth discuss traditional Tlingít, Russian and American gardens in Sitka and Southeast Alaska, the Tlingít and Haida potatoes, an agricultural fair in Fort Yukon, the phytonutrients of potatoes and plant diseases.

For those people who weren't able to attend, the presentation was recorded and it will be aired at various times this week on public access TV. Elizabeth said she might send over some notes from the presentation, and when those arrive they will be posted on the Sitka Local Foods Network site, http://www.sitkalocalfoodsnetwork.org/.

Charles Bingham, Sitka Local Foods Network event organizer


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