Mulchatna caribou

Increased Prevalence of Bacteria, Brucella, Found in Mulchatna Caribou(Dillingham) – Caribou and reindeer, especially in northern Alaska, are known to be infected with a bacteria, Brucella suis biovar 4, that causes a disease known as rangiferine brucellosis. Thesebacteria are mainly spread amongst caribou from contact with birthing fluids during calving.Exposure to contaminated parts such asContinue reading “Mulchatna caribou”

Alaska Board of Game and Board of Fisheries Postpone Regulatory Meetings to 2021/2022 Cycle

Alaska Board of Game and Board of FisheriesPostpone Regulatory Meetings to 2021/2022 CycleThe Alaska Board of Game and Board of Fisheries met January 21 and 25, respectively, to discuss rescheduling the 2020/2021 regulatory board meetings due to the impacts by the COVID-19 pandemic. Both boards postponed the regularly scheduled board meetings to the 2021/2022 meeting cycle,Continue reading “Alaska Board of Game and Board of Fisheries Postpone Regulatory Meetings to 2021/2022 Cycle”

Alaska Fuel Price Report: Current Community Conditions

From the State of Alaska: Alaska Fuel Price Report: Current Community Conditions andhow you can access heating fuel and gasoline prices from the State of Alaska’s CommunityDatabase Online. Since 2005, the Division of Community and Regional Affairs (DCRA) has conducted over 30surveys to obtain heating fuel and gasoline prices from 100 selected communities around thestate.Continue reading “Alaska Fuel Price Report: Current Community Conditions”

Bristol Bay Oral History Study

Bristol Bay Oral History Study https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/alaska/socioeconomics/bristol-bay-oral-history-study During the summers of 2017 and 2018, researchers from NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center visited several communities in Bristol Bay to conduct oral history interviews with women who participate in the region’s commercial and subsistence set net salmon fisheries. Visit the Story Map: A Way of Life  to hear the storiesContinue reading “Bristol Bay Oral History Study”

Winter Moose Hunt for GMU 17A opens 1/8/21

Winter Moose Hunts Open in Game Management Unit 17A – The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge are announcing the opening of a 31-day winter moose hunting season in Game Management Unit 17A. The hunt will begin on Friday, January 8, 2021 and continue through FebruaryContinue reading “Winter Moose Hunt for GMU 17A opens 1/8/21”

City of Togiak Lockdown 12-22 through 1-5

December 22, 2020RE: Togiak on Lockdown To Whom It May Concern:By Order of the Traditional Council of TogiakDue to the positive case of COVID-19 within Togiak, the Traditional Council of Togiak has placed Togiak on LOCK DOWN for the next two weeks. December 22, 2020 through January 5, 2021.No non-essential travel is to be permittedContinue reading “City of Togiak Lockdown 12-22 through 1-5”

Regional COVID19 Public Broadcasts December 2020 & January 2021

Please join Regional leaders and State of Alaska Public Health leaders for weekly discussions on COVID-19 topics in Bristol Bay.  The Public Broadcast will be held every Tuesday at 2 pm starting December 15, 2020 to January 5, 2021 using GotoWebinar.  The Next meeting is January 5, 2021. Please register for Regional COVID19 Public Broadcasts on January 5,Continue reading “Regional COVID19 Public Broadcasts December 2020 & January 2021”

Upcoming IGAP Trainings in December

Alaska Tribal Conference on Environmental Management (ATCEM) will be held virtually this year. The event takes place from December 14-18th, 2020. To register and for more information please follow this link for ATCEM’s homepage:  http://www.atcemak.com/ The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC), and Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) are hostingContinue reading “Upcoming IGAP Trainings in December”

Submitting CEDS projects (new or updates) for 2021 Due December 18, 2020

You are invited to submit new projects or update your existing projects for regional support in the 2021 CEDS. Due to the pandemic, this process is a month earlier than normal, new or updated projects need to be turned in by December 18, 2020. You are welcome to submit projects based on your ongoing generalContinue reading “Submitting CEDS projects (new or updates) for 2021 Due December 18, 2020”

Sealed Bid proposal school busses

Bristol Bay Native AssociationChild Development Department1500 Kanakanak RoadP.O. Box 310Dillingham, Alaska 99576 The Bristol Bay Native Association Child Development Department is now accepting sealed bids for two 2004 20 seat micro bird school busses, one is located in Dillingham and the other in Togiak. Vehicle information is listed below. The minimum bid for each busContinue reading “Sealed Bid proposal school busses”