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Jerami is a lifelong Alaskan mixed blood including Aleut, Russian, Eastern European.
Jerami's family has a long history in Alaska. His great grandfather's grandfather, the explorer John W. Clark, came to Alaska for a US telegraph job in the 1800's. The family ended up settling in Bristol Bay. There Clark helped build the commercial fishing industry into what it is today. When men were men, they built and fished from wooden sailboats and muscled in their nets by hand. J.W. Clark established the first fish "saltery" and managed the local AC store. The family multiplied and spread out to hunt, trap, mine, commercial fish and pioneer the bush pilot era, while living immersed in traditional native and subsistence ways of living.
Jerami served in the military then came back to Alaska to work for the government for a few years before earning a B.A. in public communications with the University of Alaska.
Jerami is at home in the outdoors, exploring, guiding, and hosting travelers and continues to develop new business ventures for Alaska's growing tourism industry with an eco-friendly approach. His business includes lodging, tours, transport and concierge services. He helps clients find the adventure they have always dreamed of.
His other ventures include locally-focused investments, with planning/developing for long-term sustainable agricultural infrastructure aimed at making Alaska less dependent on outside food resources.
His current projects, which he loves to discuss with guests, include developing a commercial aquaponics co-op that will allow him to grow organic food for himself, guests and neighbors in the community.
With a great love for travel, providing comfortable accommodations for international guests keeps him entertained between adventures.
In his spare time, he balances exploration with cultivation, cooking, brewing, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, climbing, rafting, sailing and traveling.