Wrangell meets with Kake on traditional foods
Ken Hoyt, the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium traditional foods program director, took a trip to Kake last week to take part in the town’s annual “Kake Day” and to hold a series of meetings with his SEARHC counterparts in the business of keeping elders and members of the Native community well fed all year round.
In addition to Hoyt, Wrangellites Sue Stevens, Tommy Rooney, Joel Churchill and Mary Lou Churchill made the trip as representatives of the SEARHC traditional foods project.
“We are working under the same grant and in a similar project with Kake,” Hoyt said. “...