The Morning Interview

Thorndike: “Trying with all our heart” for ecosocial preservation

Click here for iFriendly audio.

Camila Thorndike is a Sitka Fellow hoping to accelerate “the global movement for culturally attuned conservation.” She is a 2010 graduate of Whitman College with a degree in Environmental Humanities. Thorndike discussed her plans to work on sustainability in Chiloe, Patagonia with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.


Please read our comment guidelines.

Recent News

The real Sitka journey of Steinbeck’s ‘Doc Ricketts’

A new collection of essays about one of the most iconic figures in American literature has been published, shedding new light on his connections to Alaska -- and to "Star Wars." more

City acts to avoid 80% power outage

The Sitka Electric Department is concerned about more power failures, due to aging transformers at the Marine Street substation. The Sitka Assembly also voted this week to give regulatory power to the citizen-led Marijuana Advisory Committee. more