|Fish wheels and salmon harvests are in the harvesters' discussions, as well as other aspects of the changing climate.|
Kofinas said it is crucial to learn from the people who live there and know the land. "We hope to develop a long-term community-based research and monitoring program that contributes to the work of scientists and to community sustainability," he said.
The film, produced by the Bonanza Creek LTER, would not have been possible without the tremendous contributions of the Nenana harvesters and the tireless work of technician Naomi O'Neal, Kofinas said. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation and Alaska EPSCoR.
DVDs are available by contacting Professor Kofinas at firstname.lastname@example.org.