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It is the Kuskokwim River that connects our lands, our families and our values. Our culture derives from Yupik, Athabascan and Russian influences. Together, this has helped form the middle Kuskokwim River communities and their rich Read More …
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13 hours ago
Join us at the Aniak Community Hall right now for cultural craft night! We are making caribou antler earrings, will be working with birch bark and other bead projects! We will be here until about 8pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Looks like my wife Charlene Erik in the back ground Bronco hat?
Wish the wind wasn't so bad. Ugh. Darn.
My Aria looks so serious 💕
I wish they can have stuff like this here in Anchorage ;) would be fun.
15 hours ago
Middle Kuskokwim Gathering: Day 1 Our Land. We’ve heard from the BIA, BLM, Denali Commission, AVCP Realty, BLM & DEC Red Devil update, Central Kuskokwim Advisory Committee, Office of Subsistence Management, Kuskokwim River Intertribal Fish Commission
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The biggest gold mine in the world WILL have devastating and irreversible effect on our rivers/SALMON/wildlife. Vast amounts of cyanide and mercury are required in gold mines. This will kill everything in our water and contaminate our drinking water. Think of our little babies drinking cyanide and mercury. Where is your conscience? NO TO DONLIN GOLD!
both tkc and calista are selling out the people of the region, take one guess who gets huge bonuses and who will get the remaining scrapes that would be called small dividends, board members sell out their own people
Darn missed out. The truck trail was too blown over.
The Kuskokwim Educational Foundation (KEF) is a private foundation with a mission to contribute to the future of our region by providing effective educational assistance in order for students to obtain the tools, knowledge and skills to become successful and contributing members of their communities. In our pursuit of higher education and training, KEF has provided more than $650,000 to shareholders and Yukon Kuskokwim region Alaskans since its inception. A Board of Directors oversees the Read More …