Kwinhagak clean up yields benefits for community

It's Clean Up Green Up in the beautiful coastal village of Quinhagak this summer. Here kids work together to keep their village nice and trash-free.

by Stephan Jones

The Native Village of Kwinhagak Environmental Department’s Annual Spring Clean-up was from May 30-June 1st. This year 154 participants picked 1,646 full yellow ALPAR bags and 535 miscellaneous/large items; 2,181 altogether for a grand total of $3,827 paid in 2017. It is a 28.8% increase in trash volume compared to 2016. This event wouldn’t be possible without the generous donations from Coastal Villages Region Fund, Native Village of Kwinhagak Charitable Gaming, the City of Kwinhagak, Grant Aviation, Donlin Gold, Qanirtuuq, Incorporated, CRW Engineering, REEL Action Fly Fishing, Duncan and Son’s. ltd., Jurgensmeyer’s Northern Exposure LLC, AVEC, Yarek Nibursky and North Star Gas, AVCP and ALPAR. Thank you all very much for your support, we really appreciate it.
Stephan Jones is the Environmental Specialist for the Native Village of Kwinhagak.

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