Rogue Valley TV producer, John Letz, compiled these two videos in January 2020 to honor Grandma Aggie’s long legacy. Tish McFadden and Tom Doty of the Upriver to Morning Project are interviewed.
Tribute 1 [28 minutes]
Tribute 2 [29 minutes]
The January 2020 Celebration of Life at the Grants Pass Fairgrounds drew over 400 admirers to honor Grandma Aggie’s long legacy. David West served as emcee for the heart-warming tributes, songs, and stories. (5.5 hours, total)
Celebration of the Life of Agnes Baker Pilgrim, Jan 11, 2020 – part 1 (1:44:38)
Celebration of the Life of Agnes Baker Pilgrim, Jan 11, 2020 – part 2 (1:56:04)
Celebration of the Life of Agnes Baker Pilgrim, Jan 11, 2020 – part 3 (2:02:43)
Thomas Doty has collected numerous videos featuring Grandma Aggie on the Upriver to Morning website. Go to https://www.uprivertomorning.com/about-grandma-aggie/ and scroll down to see this rich collection.
Rory Finney captured this precious footage of Grandmother speaking from the Story Chair at Ti’lomikh Falls in 2016. Huge thanks to Rory Finney, Steve Kiesling, and the rafting team who made Grandmother’s dream come true. Watch it here [8 minutes]
The 2010 Earth and Spirit Council Conference in Portland featured Grandma Aggie speaking about her personal history and the importance of cultivating our relationship with the Waters. Watch it here [9 minutes] (from Earth and Spirit Council Archives)
Grandma Aggie and her son, Keith Taylor, teach Martha Stewart how to bake salmon the traditional way on redwood skewers (10:15 min.); excerpts from Martha Stewart’s 2001 Klamath-Siskiyou TV Special