High prices at the gas pump and the grocery store are putting pressure on Alaskans just as federal COVID relief programs are coming to an end. In rural communities, reduced subsistence opportunities make it harder and more expensive to harvest local food. How are community, tribal and state advocates trying to fill the gaps?
HOST: Lori Townsend
Ziona Brownlow, Founder and Development Coordinator, Food for Thought Alaska
Cara Durr, Chief of Advocacy and Public Policy, Food Bank of Alaska
Brooke Woods, Chair, Yukon River Intertribal Fish Commission
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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 10 a.m. on Alaska public radio stations statewide.