These five sites are good places to shop and rest assured knowing you’re supporting Alaska Native artists.
At a cost of $2.50 per ticket, anyone in the world can enter the Nenana Ice Classic and wager on the time of break up on the Tanana River.
Vera Starbard is a storyteller with Tlingit and Dena’ina Athabascan heritage. She is a playwright-in-residence at Perseverance Theatre.
Jenny Tse of Sipping Streams started the first tea farm in Alaska in 2021 by growing the plants in greenhouses at Chena Hot Springs.
Patuk Glenn is creating authentic indigenous content on a platform where many youth are getting their media fix.
One man is restoring a home on Afognak Island that was one of a few structures surviving in the Village of Afognak after the 1964 earthquake.
Preston Pollard, who was born and raised in Anchorage, started a program called Push Forward to mentor and inspire the next generation.
Alyssa London was the first person of Tlingit descent to be crowned Miss Alaska USA and went on to found a media production company.
A Yup’ik college student discovered an environmentally friendly way to use microbes to extract valuable rare earth elements.