by CVRF Staff Coastal Villages Region Fund (CVRF) is gearing up for a second year of its popular tenth-grade Ciuneq program with two sessions focused on member-community tenth-graders scheduled to take place in Seattle this […]
The Regional Education Attendance Area elections were held on October 2nd, 2018. A Regional Educational Attendance Area (REAA) is an educational area that is established in an unorganized borough of the state. REAA elections are […]
October 4, 2018, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $562,571 grant to the city of Chevak, Alaska, to support local job creation efforts. According to grantee estimates, the project […]
Our strength and connection to the land is fueled by our Ancestors. Our 2018 First Alaskans Institute (FAI) Elders & Youth Conference theme “Na Ganiyaatgm, Na Lagm” (Our Ancestors, Our Fire), speaks to the flame […]
Young fisherman Draydon John, age 4 of Kwigillingok, caught his very first pike while rod and reel fishing in Atmautluak a few weeks ago. He gave the fresh fish to his Grandma.
by CVRF Staff Coastal Villages Region Fund (CVRF) employed over 820 young Alaskans this summer through its popular Youth-to-Work and internship programs. This year, a record setting 806 youth ages 14-18 earned nearly $610,000 through […]
Caden Smith of Quinhagak picked almost a gallon of nice red cranberries – tumaglit. These are the first red berries he’s picked this fall.
Billie Rose Rivers, age 14, of Scammon Bay harvested her first moose with the help of her dad Billy Rivers Jr. The entire moose was shared with elders of their community.
Andrew Frye, 3 years old of Atmautluak picked red, black and blue berries at Nanvarnarrlak.