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From Mammoth to Kale: A look into gardening in the Arctic

The only permanent settlement of the Alaska Native Nunamiut, Anaktuvuk Pass relies on air shipments for produce, making it difficult to get fresh fruits and vegetables. Nasugraq Rainy Hopson founded Gardens in the Arctic, a gardening program that focuses on providing food for the community.

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