A group of Alaskan herdsmen are fighting to keep their herds and their animals alive amid the rising tide of climate change.
The Alaskans have been raising cattle in the Bering Sea for more than a century.
They live in a beautiful and remote community of about 1,000 people.
But in recent years, the B.C. government has imposed strict new rules that have left many of the animals living in the community with no way to graze.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the restrictions are hurting the animals.
Recode’s Adam Davenport has more.