by Mary Catharine Martin Study shows river systems behave like financial investments: diverse portfolios get better returns. Turns out finance and salmon survival have something in common: the importance of diversification. As a PhD student […]
by Sen. Murkowski’s Staff “Protecting the subsistence way of life through maximum self-determination is critically important” The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs this week (June 22nd, 2018) held an oversight hearing to focus on promoting […]
by Peter Twitchell Live life with gusto! Live it to the fullest. Have sober fun with your sober friends doing sober things like finishing Elementary, Jr. High, High School, going to college or Job Corp. […]
by Tad Lindley 2018 marked a strange departure from normal fishing management on the Kuskokwim River. For the first time in at least the last 24 years, but probably ever, fishing was closed all week […]
Elizamarie John, the daughter of Bernie and Alice John of Kipnuk, helps with cutting herring. Photo taken on June 4, 2018.
In consultation with the Kuskokwim River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Federal In-season Manager announces the opening of the Federal public waters of the Kuskokwim River main-stem within […]
Bethel Alaska State Troopers were notified of human remains found approximately ½ mile off shore near Nelson Island by local fisherman from Toksook Bay on 6/18/18 at approximately 2017 hours. The body has been identified […]
by CVRF Staff Between January 3 and March 6, 2018, Coastal Villages Region Fund (CVRF) conducted a survey of the 20 western Alaska communities it serves. The response was overwhelming. Nearly 2,000 people, approximately 35% […]