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Eating Kake

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Jason Aceveda shows off hooligan, salmon, halibut and seal in the smokehouse at the 25th annual Culture Camp held this past week in Kake. (KCAW photo/Erik Neumann)

Several dozen high school and middle school youth spent the past week attending the 25th annual Culture Camp in the Organized Village of Kake. Over the week, participants did traditional food gathering and processing and learned crafts like cedar weaving. The camp is focused on building community and improving public health for residents of Kake.

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