“I can’t begin to tell you the profound insights and transformation I’ve experienced as a result of the Institute’s efforts. As a rural community activist, educator, and writer, my work has been inspired by the Institute’s dogged mission to discover the ways in which we experience community as a link to place. Through your programs I’ve been able to fashion tools for citizenship in small town Alaska.”
--Dan Henry, Symposium participant, Frontier Rhetorician, Haines, Alaska
In addition to the Institute’s primary programs, we have engaged in individual projects as opportunities and needs have presented themselves. Several of these have been noteworthy in the region and state; others have had more impact locally. We invite you to peruse them to get a deeper sense of the scope of our work.
“Up for Discussion: What Makes a Sustainable Community?” with Gary Holthaus
Community Conversations on Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril
Raven Anthology, bi-weekly literary program on KCAW-FM
Anthologies related to Institute programs
Sponsors of Encounters: Radio Experiences in the North