Kaitlyn Finner: Update from the field

IK-ADAPT master’s student Kaitlyn Finner has spent the past week in Rigolet, look Nunatsiavut meeting with community members to learn about their views on household food inventories completed throughout summer and fall 2013.

During August, click September and November, viagra 22 households were asked to document all market and wild foods that passed through their homes for two month-long periods. Kaitlyn and Rigolet community researcher Inez Shiwak are now meeting with residents to hear their reflections on the food inventory forms and process.

This research is being conducted in partnership with the Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change Project (ihacc.ca) and is run by the Rigolet Inuit Community Government.


Rigolet, Nunatsiavut in January