The Kodiak Archipelago stretches 180 miles in the Gulf of Alaska. Its six villages lie on different coasts with distinct landscapes – from Akhiok’s tundra to Ouzinkie’s rainforest to Karluk’s sheer sea cliffs – they’re connected by seasons and subsistence.
A local food hub has sprouted in the community of Port Lions on Kodiak Island, bringing with it increased food security to local and regional residents.
A local food hub has sprouted on Kodiak Island. The archipelago is now home to five community and tribally owned farms – with plans for a sixth agricultural site this summer.