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On NPR: Arctic Food Traditions
acacia johnson
Nov 26, 2019
In light of Thanksgiving this week, I've had the pleasure of contributing photos to an NPR story about Inuit food sharing, subsistence hunting, and traditional Arctic foods in Nunavut, Canada. Read on to learn about the importance of "country foods" and the challenges of feeding a family in Nunavut. 

PHOTOS: How Families Eat In The Arctic: From An $18 Box Of Cookies To Polar Bear Stew
In the Canadian Arctic, food that's shipped in can be costly. People still hunt as their ancestors did — for seal, polar bear and narwhal.

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Acacia Johnson is a documentary photographer from Alaska, focused on human relationships to the natural world.
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