Southeast Alaska is rich in coastal resources. People harvest and utilize food from the tideland to the timberline. The University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan campus Drumbeats program offers information on these resources through public events and coursework each semester, combining biology and anthropology. We have collected a great deal of resources that we hope you find useful.
Edibles Identification - photos & names of common beach foods
Teacher Resources - information for K-12 teachers from identification cards to beach food games to play in the classroom
Recipes - recipes utilizing intertidal foods
Digital Stories - Learn more about what we are doing
Youth Activities - Learn more about how we are engaging youth to learn about biology and anthropology
Upcoming Courses & Workshops - Check out what's coming up and don't forget to sign up - scholarships are available (Coming Soon - Spring 2017)
UAS Ketchikan Drumbeats and the materials on this website are supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture under award number 2014-02378