Winnipeg Inuit Legal Stakeholder Summit

The University of Manitoba and Perrie Law, funded by the Law Foundation of Manitoba, are hosting a Summit on the viability of an Inuit Legal Clinic in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Permafrost Thaw, Infrastructure and Indigenous Communities: Lessons from Alaska

The Permafrost Pathways Project with the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. will present for Arctic Congress 2024. Part of the Defense Resiliency Platform Against Extreme Cold Weather, this presentation documents the 3-D visualization and measurement of features in the CRREL permafrost tunnel in Fox, Alaska, using a Matterport Pro-3 LiDAR camera.

Advocating for Food Security

Anastia Broman will present on Advocating for Food Security during the Arctic Congress 2024 in Bodø, Norway this May.

A Facilitator’s Guide for Fostering Food Security and Innovation

In Minnesota, Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) students enrolled in the Fall 2023 Bio systems class have combined their knowledge and talents to co-create a Facilitator’s Guide for Hosting Immersive Arts & Entrepreneurial workshops that bring us together to eat.

Evaluating Food Price Disparities in Alaska: A Comprehensive Analysis

Join Mike Jones and Vanessa Collier from the University of Alaska Anchorage (ISER) for a detailed analysis of food price disparities across Alaska. This study examines the seasonal dynamics of food prices, comparing absolute and relative disparities between Anchorage and remote Alaskan communities. Insights from this research provide crucial information for understanding food security challenges […]