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Sage Patton

Sage Patton standing in center

In the 1970s, Sage Patton lived in remote cabins on the Yukon and Nation Rivers in what is now Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve in northeastern Alaska. She and her then husband, Dave Evans, spent ten years living a simple, subsistence-based life of seasonal movement based upon fishing, hunting and trapping opportunities. In the 1990s, Sage was living in Fairbanks, Alaska and working for the U.S. Forest Service's Institute of Northern Forestry.

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