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with Jackie Hrabok-Leppäjärvi

Mon, Tue, Wed / 6:30-9:30pm / Nov 20, 21, 22; Dec 4, 5 / REGISTER BY: Nov 13
Cost: $136—or $106 if you pay in advance!*
*NSEDC/NWC fall 2017 price rollback! Regular price $216

Learn to make fish leather using traditional tanning methods using tree bark. We will extract tannins from vegetation, remove scales from raw fish skins, and cure skins into fully tanned leather. Option to dye skins in vivid colors offered on final day of class. Students will be provided with two frozen salmon and tree bark free of charge. You are encouraged to bring 3 more frozen fish of your own (salmon, trout, pike, grayling, burbot, or whitefish) on the second day of class.

Jackie Hrabok-Leppäjärvi is an assistant professor with UAF’s High Latitude Range Management Program and a faculty member of the Sámi Education Institute in northern Finland. Her expertise includes traditional handicrafts from the Sámi region of northern Europe.

 

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