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Alaska Tribal Wildlife Co-Management Culture Unites -- Land Sustains

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Published on Mar 11, 2014

Ahtna, Incorporated, along with the federally recognized tribes and ANCSA corporations of the Ahtna region, is proposing a Federal-State-Ahtna co-management structure that will maintain the Ahtna people's Customary and Traditional hunting practices on Ahtna lands. The goal is to unify wildlife management and improve the current dual Federal-State subsistence wildlife management system, which has proven to be ineffective.

For thousands of years, our lands have provided for a subsistence-based way of life for our people. The establishment of a unified Tribal-State-Federal co-management structure will ensure this way of life continues.

In keeping with collaboration, we ask for comments that further this critical representation of culture and self-determination. Profanity will not be allowed.

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