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In our Native Land

American Indian ancestral remains and funerary objects from Finland returned to homeland

Last year, President Trump and President Niinistӧ of Finland finalized an agreement to return American Indian ancestral remains and funerary objects taken over a century ago from what is now Mesa Verde National Park in […]

Speak Your Mind

Undercover recordings reveal talk of a massive mining district connecting Pebble and Donlin

Yukon-Kuskokwim residents react with shock and dismay after hearing that the mine they have been fighting for decades may be the key in creating a massive southwest Alaska mining district planned by the people behind […]

Delta Fishin’ Report

Pebble corruption confirmed – now in Pebble’s own words

by Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay DILLINGHAM, AK – Alaska’s fishermen are disgusted by recordings released today (Sept. 21st, 2020) that confirm long suspected collusion between Alaska’s state leadership and the Pebble Limited Partnership as […]

Inside Bethel News

AVCP supports the Organized Village of Kake and the Federal Subsistence Board

The Association of Village Council Presidents (AVCP) stands in solidarity with the Organized Village of Kake and commends the actions of the Federal Subsistence Board in protecting the welfare of rural Alaskan communities in light […]

Letters to the Editor

BBNC on the Army Corps Rejecting Pebble Mine: The Voices of Bristol Bay Have Prevailed

Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) President and CEO Jason Metrokin made the following statement after the Army Corps of Engineers announced the proposed Pebble mine “cannot be permitted.” BBNC has formally opposed Pebble since 2009. […]

In our Native Land

New fisheries and marine sciences program focuses on Indigenous knowledge

A new graduate traineeship program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks will broaden and diversify graduate education in fisheries and marine sciences through greater inclusion of Indigenous peoples and knowledge. The program is called “Tamamta,” […]