From 2004-2006, about twenty women in Hoonah, Alaska, participated in a weaving program sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute. Master weaver Delores Churchill taught the women how to harvest, prepare, and weave cedar bark and spruce roots, and by the end of the program, the students had made some remarkable baskets. Today, they are teaching this traditional art form to others. In 2012, some of the weavers traveled to the Smithsonian to study old basketry. This video tells the story of the program that first put them on this journey. The program was funded by the Administration for Native Americans (ANA).