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- 17Lukasewich, Megan
- 1Andre, Alestine
- 1Arcand, Jayde
- 1Auger, Darlene P.
- 1Badry, Dorothy
- 1Baker, Janelle
- 8Food prices - Arctic Regions
- 5Food sustainability - Northern Canda
- 4Food prices - Northern Canada
- 4Grocery prices - Northern Canada
- 3Canada, Northwest Territories, Aklavik
- 3September, 2016
- 13CANHelp Working Group
- 13CANHelp Working Group/Photographs (CANHelp Working Group)
- 3Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 3Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
- 1Integrative Health Institute (IHI)
- 1Integrative Health Institute (IHI)/Wisdom Engaged: Traditional Knowledge and Northern Community Well-Being
In the Inuvik Community Greenhouse, participants grow gardens in raised beds. This bed has tomatoes, lettuce, beets and kale.
These vegetables were available for sale in Aklavik, NT, in Canada's Arctic. Prices were as follows: Cabbage green CAD$4.49/kg, cherry tomatoes CAD$7.29/1 pint, Iceburg lettuce CAD$5.95/each, tomtatoes clamshell CAD$4.79/4pk.
Smoked white fish bought from local community member at the airport - Aklavik - June 2016
This image shows the interior of the Inuvik Community Greenhouse. Some of the raised beds have string or rope lattices for climbing plants. Plants being grown include lettuce, potatoes and rhubarb.
Program and Abstract Booklet. Wisdom Engaged: Traditional Knowledge and Northern Community Well-BeingDownload
This is the Program and Abstract Booklet for the Gathering.
A small motor boat is drawn up on the beach of the Peel Channel near Aklavik, NT. The Richardson Mountains are in the background
Naval oranges available for sale at North Mart in Inuvik, NT, in November, 2011. They are priced at $6.19 CDN per kilogram. Also shown in the image are coconuts and avocados.
This image shows a pond in the foreground and the buildings of the town of Aklavik in the background. Shot at 2:00 a.m., the image documents the continuous daylight received by this location in July.
These boxes of pasta and cheese sauce (400 gr) were priced at $7.09 in Aklavik in September 2016.