The Alaska Department of Fish and Game as well as the U.S. Department of Interior Fish & Wildlife Services have released an information sheet describing the anticipated management strategies for the 2015 salmon fishing season. The 2015 Chinook salmon run is expected to range from poor to below average. Continued conservation measures will be necessary to meet escapement objectives.
TCC is developing a list of qualified planners and grant writers for potential grant writing and planning projects in the future. If you would like to be included in that list please submit your resume, list of specialty areas, and pricing sheet. Documents are due to Stephanie Ashcraft, TCC Grants Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (907)452-8251 ext. 3096.
Resumes will be received until June 15, 2015 4:00pm
Join prominent Athabascan Elders Chief Trimble Gilbert from Arctic Village and Sam Demientieff, along with Alaska climate scientists, and staff from the International Arctic Research Center and Columbia University's Polar Learning and Responding Climate Change Education Partnership for 5 days of in-depth learning, dialogue and fun exploration of engaging climate change education tools and traditional knowledge.
Submit an application for the second Signs of the Land II Climate Change Education Academy to be held at Howard Luke's Gaalee'ya Camp on the Tanana River this summer from July 13-17, 2015. REGISTER HERE.
The Deadline to Apply is June 29th,2015.