During Greenberg’s trip to the village of Emmonak at the mouth of the mighty Yukon River he saw first hand what it means to have a livelihood and culture tied to fish. In your own words describe Greenberg’s most profound (i.e. deep or important) observations and how the decline of Chinook salmon threatened a way of life. What other challenges to living in rural Alaska, besides the decline of salmon, did Greenberg observe?
Share your thoughts with us in your own post using at least 250 words by 11:59 pm on September 7. Respond to at least two posts with your comments by 11:59 pm September 8.