Meet Yves Brower

Yves talks about growing up in Mass and always wanting to come back to the land of his ancestors. Then he makes the move and has never been happier

The intersection between Inupiaq Eskimo and scientific knowledge

Richard’s mother an Inupiaq Eskimo married Richard’s father who came to the Arctic to work on the DEW Line (a system of radar stations set up in the Arctic to detect incoming Soviet bombers during the Cold War) and Richard grew up in two worlds–that of San Francisco during the year and with his Inupiaq […]

Meet Steve Hastins

Steve Hastings first came to the Arctic tundra to study elevated carbon dioxide levels. He has also been a logistical coordinator for Arctic research scientists in Barrow

Steve Johnson #1

Steve Johnson has cooked and baked in the Arctic for over three decades

Steve Johnson #2

Steve talks about the friendliness of the people in the Arctic, the animals, and being away from home.

Steve Johnson #4

Steve Johnson hasworked in more than 100 camps on the North Slope. He talks about the winters working for Alaska Drilling

Meet Wendy Johnston

Meet Wendy Johnston, kitchen manager and shipping receiver supervisor for Iḷisaġvik College in Barrow Alaska