Old-time musicians Cheryl and Chuck discuss music as a universal art, and why it’s important to keep art alive in our communities.
Felipe and June Hernandez turned a tradition into a business when they opened Los Hernandez Tamales three decades ago in Union Gap, Washington.
Ronda Strode got her start at Bay City Sausage by chance in the mid-1990s and has since become regarded as a specialist in various types of hand-made smoked sausage and beef jerky.
John Branshaw, a fisher poet from Westport, Washington, utilizes storytelling as a way to illustrate the connection with those who share his trade.
Active beachcomber and Aberdeen, WA resident Alan Rammer recount his years scouring the beaches of Washington for seashells, glass bubbles, and other artifacts of the natural world.
Twin Harbors Culture Bearers: For a culture-bearer, indigenous knowledge is not knowledge about his or her culture. Rather, the practices are culture itself, the ways of their ancestors—a living thing that cannot be separated from the person. The individuals at the center of this series all represent different ways to preserve and protect their unique bodies of knowledge.
Traditional Artists of the Yakima Valley: The Yakima Valley is a region of interest both for its diverse organizations and its tradition bearers, home to a unique intersection of vibrant and resilient communities: members of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation; Latino/a/x immigrants both long-established in the valley, and more newly settled, such as established Filipino and Japanese communities.