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2018 Media Kit
Sally Manning Writing Award
What Does 24 Hours Of Light Do To Plants?
The midnight sun is great for growing veggies, but not so good for the trees in the forest
Anatomy Of An Amauti
An Inuit tradition revitalized by seamstresses—and backed by scientists
Craft Brew Blues
It's hard to find a good beer in Iqaluit
Two Wheels And A Dream
How to build a world-class team of mountain bike trail-builders in a remote corner of the North
Morel pickers keep their secrets close to the chest
Building A Cabin In The Woods
How to work with the seasons to have a home by next snowfall
The Birth Of Persephone
On the shores of Great Slave Lake, Up Here editor Jake Kennedy joins a boatbuilding legend to craft a uniquely Northern vessel—and to uncover secrets about wood, waves and life.
Home's Where The Char Is
On the land and in the water of Admiralty Inlet, there's goose eggs and char to be had.
A Yellowknife gardener channels her grief into the land—and works through the seasons of healing
Arctic Dispatches: Tapper’s last stand
When life handed him illness, he made birch syrup—and kept a tradition alive