Crucial to North-proofing buildings, whitewash was produced on the Slave River. But by whom?
PHOTO COURTESY GLENBOW ARCHIVES/PHILIP H. GODSELL/NB-40-332
These hearty chickens could be the key to providing farm-fresh food in the Beaufort Delta. But first they’ll need to survive a northern winter.
Phhoto by Up here/jacob boon
Scientists flock to the territories each year to study climate change. But the way they conduct that research also holds its own important lesson about reconnecting to the land.
PHOTO COURTESY YUKONU/NINA VOGT
As sea ice around the Arctic continues to recede, one company is combining traditional knowledge with cutting-edge technology to track its changes.
Photo by Michael Schmidt/Courtesy of SmartICE
The origin of these ecological crown jewels of the Barrens is a tantalizing mystery.
PHOTO BY DWAYNE WOHLGEMUTH
Bee Whyld combs through the Yukon to produce the champagne of honeys.
PHOTOS BY FAITH SAWERS, COURTESY COURTNEY AND JOEL WILKINSON
The Arctic is chock-full of resilient animals. But when it comes to the toughest, who’s at the top?
Polar bear standing on a rock