by Yuut Staff On a Friday afternoon in late September Yuut Elitnaurviat got the kind of call that every nonprofit hopes for. It was Senator Murkowski’s office personally notifying them that they were one of […]
by Lisa Feyereisen, Native Village of Napaimute From the salmon running up our rivers, the moose foraging in our lands and the berries bursting from the tundra, people in the Middle Kuskokwim have long recognized […]
Celebrate our Native identity, our relationship with our homelands, and living our Ways of Life. Our identity as indigenous peoples is informed by our deep connection to our lands and waters, no matter where we […]
The beautiful fall-colored trees line the river as Warren and Jeannette Jones of Kuinerraq come home from a boat ride last week.
by First Alaskans Institue First Alaskans Institute (FAI) is pleased to announce the selection of our 7th annual First Nations Futures Program (FNFP) Fellows cohort: Barbara ‘Wáahlaal Gidáak Blake (Haida/Tlingit/Ahtna), Marleah Makpiaq Labelle (Sugpiaq/Iñupiaq), Alissa […]
by Greg Lincoln Cross country season is in full swing and the 2017 Blackberry Fun Run has some new champions. Winning the girls high school event is Reann Lincoln of Tununak. She finished the course […]
by Vanessa Lynn Hunter John was born in Cuukvagtuliq, Alaska to George and Sophie Jacob. John shares his story of being adopted twice after birth and during his early childhood years. How Mamterilleq was formed […]
Coastal Villages Region Fund (CVRF) recently completed the summer 2017 CVRF Internship Program, with participating Western Alaska youth gaining valuable work experience in locations across the region, Anchorage, and Seattle. This year, the CVRF Internship […]