Artists Alevtyna Kakhidze, Ukraine, Bermet Borubaeva, Kyrgyzstan, and Katja Sulc, Slovenia, continue their ArtsLink International Fellowships with projects in their home countries. From investigating the effects of radioactivity on the native plants in Chernobyl to raising awareness of the clean water systems in Bishkek to honoring the Native American peoples through poetry and song, the projects are a testament of the depth, diversity and excellence of artistic practices that emerge from long-term transnational collaborations. These endeavors are a culmination of the two years of virtual and in-person residencies with partner organizations throughout the USA.