Salmon smoking and cooking at Blue Creek - Ah Pah with Tribal Youth
40 Tribal youth and mentors came up to Blue Creek Ah Pah Traditional Village for a weekend of cultural immersion in Traditional Ecological Knowledge and to discuss adaptations in the face of global climate change. This short time lapse video shows the morning and evening activities of preparing salmon for the smokehouse, and cooking salmon on redwood sticks. A good time was had by all. The video consists of ~3000 still photos, shot on a Radian panning device/intervelometer. Many thanks to the Bureau of Indian Affairs Youth Program, and to the Faculty/Staff of Humboldt State University's Indian Natural Resources Science and Engineering Program (INRSEP).