Sharing Our Story

Southeast Alaska has a rich history rooted in the use of storytelling for sharing knowledge, skills and inspiration. The Sustainable Southeast Partnership believes that sharing compelling and progressive stories is invaluable for strengthening connections between our rural villages across the region.

We use multimedia communications with local voices to share ideas, information, resources and inspiration. Through traditional print, photo-essays, social media engagement, short videos and more, we help shed light on some of the great work happening on the ground here in Southeast Alaska. Stay tuned, follow along and sign up for our seasonal newsletter!

Worforce Development: Investing in Alaska’s Future

Written by Sienna Reid for Capital City Weekly  As a...

Eyes into a Unique History: Tlingit and Haida Potatoes

Written and published with Edible Alaska Magazine On a sunny...

Untapped Opportunity on the Tongass National Forest: Small Business on Public Lands

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly & Juneau Empire Public...

Farmers Summit Explores Opportunity for Growth Entrepreneurial spirit reinvigorated for local food production

Written for Alaska Business Monthly The Southeastern community of Haines...

SEATOR: Southeast’s Shellfish Safety Squad Takes on Climate Change

Written & photographed by Bethany Goodrich for Alaska's Capital City...

Building a Better Backyard: Locals Inventory Young Growth

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly Southeast Alaskans are not...

Xunaa Shuká Hít

When the citizens of Hoonah, Alaska and surrounding Southeast communities...

Foreheads Together, Breathe in, Move Forward: Reflections from a Global Gathering

Written and photographed by Bethany Goodrich Indigenous leaders from across...

Sitka Stands with Standing Rock

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly Over the last few...

On the Road with Moby, Alaska’s First Traveling Greenhouse

Written by Lia Heifetz for Edible Alaska Puzzled drivers look...

Sewing (and Sharing) with Salmon

Written and photographed by Bethany Goodrich for the Salmon Project...

Back to School: Biomass Greenhouses Revolution

Written by Bethany Sonsini Goodrich for Edible Alaska Magazine Across...

Náay í’Waans: A heritage restored

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly   As the morning...

Chasing Herring Spawn on Sitka Sound

Written by Bethany Goodrich for Alaska Dispatch News SITKA —...

How to Gill a Girl: Salmon Fishing in Hydaburg

Written for the Salmon Project Like a salmon, I grew...

Beating the Odds: Farmers Break New Ground in Southeast Alaska

It has taken Marja and Bo time and ingenuity to...

Living and Breathing Art with Sgwaayaans Young

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly For many, art is...

Salvage to Song

Written for Alaska's Capital City Weekly  With Folkfest happening this...

Kake High School Records Oral Histories

  Nestled in Keku Strait on Kupreanof Island, sits the...

Annual Innovation Summit shows the opportunity of economic crisis

Governor Walker addresses the audience at the annual Innovation Summit,...

Breathing New Life into Kake’s Historic Cannery: Reconstruction Project to Stimulate Rural Alaskan Economy

Photos and Story by Bethany Goodrich, For Alaska Business Monthly December...

Integrating Science with Culture: Empowering the Next Generation of Hydaburg Leaders

Joe, Sonia and Minnie at the Biscuit Lagoon beach collecting...

Faces Behind the Findings: Hoonah Students Discuss Environmental Change With Elders

Raino Hill and his crew of nephews pose for a...

One Year Until the Rededication of Náay I’waans: Q&A with Eric Hamar and Harley Bell-Holter

Eric Hamar (left) and Harley Bell-Holter (right) stand in the...

‘Identity Through Pride’: Festivities on Prince of Wales Island Unite Alaskan Haidas

Written for the Capital City Weekly, Published August 5th, 2015...

What’s Next for Kake’s Snapped Totem Pole

Written for and published with the Capital City Weekly In...

Students in Kake Respond to Ferry Cuts

For anyone living in Southeast Alaska the importance of the...

2014 Kasaan Community Harvest Video

https://vimeo.com/107305108 Access to fresh fruits, vegetables and proteins in Alaska...

Talking Herring Egg Subsistence with Vernon Hill

In early April, on the day after Easter, fishermen Vernon...

Alaska’s Innovative Entrepreneurs Walk The ‘Path To Prosperity’

As originally published in Alaska Business Monthly print and online...

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