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Learning to Catch the King: Salmon Fishing in the Yukon Delta

Feb 20, 2014 | 136-part series
Video by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee

Intent on keeping environmental and cultural forces at bay, Yup’ik fisherman Ray Waska teaches his grandchildren what his forefathers have taught each other for millennia. Yukon Kings comes from director Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, who is also the founder and executive editor of the Global Oneness Project.

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