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The Center for Water Advocacy is the only non-profit public interest conservation organization which focuses exclusively on the long-term sustainability of water resources for the benefit of fish and wildlife populations, habitat, aesthetics, recreation, subsistence and traditional and cultural activities, throughout Alaska, using the principles of democracy, environmental justice, and sound ecology as our guide.



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Alaska Tribes’ Melting Subsistence Rights Last Updated on 2014-04-18 14:40:41 Subsistence foods are distinct from those that line grocery stores’ shelves throughout the United States. Mother Nature offers no guarantee that a particular kind of food will be available on demand. The Food and Drug Administration does not provide quality assurance.[2] To procure, protect, and store subsistence foods throughout the year, Alaska Native subsistence users must use their traditional knowledge.[3] http://www.ajelp.com/articles/alaska-tribes-melting-subsistence-rights/ More »
Movement afoot to resurrect parts of 'dead' land bill Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2014/04/17/3430729/parts-of-dead-house-bill-may-be.html?sp=/99/100/&ihp=1#storylink=cpy Last Updated on 2014-04-18 14:19:04 JUNEAU -- A Juneau legislator is looking for support to revive parts of the infamous House Bill 77 (PDF) and put it in another bill so a local bible camp can trade its land for state land. Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2014/04/17/3430729/parts-of-dead-house-bill-may-be.html?sp=/99/100/&ihp=1#storylink=cpy http://www.adn.com/2014/04/17/3430729/parts-of-dead-house-bill-may-be.html?sp=/99/100/&ihp=1 More »
With permitting bill dead, some provisions may be resurrected Last Updated on 2014-04-17 15:34:25 Earlier this month, lawmakers announced they were killing House Bill 77, saying that emotions had become so inflamed over the permitting bill that it was best left alone. But now, some of its less controversial provisions might be coming back in a different form. More »
Susitna-Watana clears one hurdle, but could face additional obstacles - See more at: http://ktna.org/2014/04/15/susitna-watana-clears-one-hurdle-but-could-face-additional-obstacles/#sthash.PqNVwzl3.dpuf Last Updated on 2014-04-17 15:21:35 Earlier this month, the Alaska Energy Authority reached a land access agreement with the Cook Inlet Regional Working Group regarding land access to conduct field studies. The working group, which is composed six village corporations and Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated, will allow the studies to proceed on their land through 2015 and AEA will pay a permit fee of $2.5 million. - See more at: http://ktna.org/2014/04/15/susitna-watana-clears-one-hurdle-but-could-face-additional-obstacles/#sthash.PqNVwzl3.dpuf http://ktna.org/2014/04/15/susitna-watana-clears-one-hurdle-but-could-face-additional-obstacles/ More »