Bethany Sonsini Goodrich

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Seam of the Sea
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Location: Sitka, Alaska
Nationality: United States of America
Biography: I am a Southeast Alaskan writer and photographer who is deeply passionate about the power of story for inspiring positive social and environmental change. My photography and writing have been published with local and international magazines and... MORE
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Seam of the Sea
Copyright Bethany Sonsini Goodrich 2022
Updated Feb 2021
Location Sitka, Alaska
Topics Alaska, Art, Artist, Conservation, Culture, Environment, Food, Hunting, Indigenous, Photography, Photojournalism, Reporting, Water, Wild food
In Southeast Alaska, we are isolated. All 32 communities spotted across the islands of the Inside Passage are accesible only by boat or plane. Sewn to one another and the lands that sustsain us, the fabric of interdependence here is a rarity that breeds resilience. Whether Indigenous or newcomer, carpenter, fisherman, poltician, land manager, artist, teacher or homeless; Southeast Alaskans share a common thread woven to the nuances of land and sea. For the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people, the depth of that relationship extends over 10,000 years.
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