Introduction to the Alaska Board of Game

Description This course will supply: an introduction to the operations of the Board Of Game, review of proposals effecting subsistence hunting regulations in Alaska, and methods of providing effective testimony. At the completion of this course students will be able to: Describe BOG basic operations in the establishment of subsistence hunting regulations; Identify the components of the BOG regulatory proposal …

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Hunter Regulations Workshop

Hands on tools to advocate for the protection of your traditional way of life. Description This course will be held provide hands on tools to advocate for the protection of your traditional way of life. This course will supply an introduction to the state and federal game management systems in Alaska, the operations and process of the regulatory system and …

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Willow House Re-Opens to First Guests

“It’s good to be home,” says Heather Matumeak, Willow House Front Desk Receptionist, who has been working at Bertha Moses Patient Hostel during renovations.After six months of planning and construction, the Willow House opened their doors to house the first five guests in the newly renovated Willow House patient hostel. All guest rooms have new paint, flooring, light fixtures, exhaust …

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TCC Audit and Tax Services RFP – CLOSED

TCC is currently accepting proposals for audit and tax services.  Attached is the RFP as well as our FY19 financial statements, CY18 Profit Sharing financial statements, and the FY18 990/990T tax returns. Questions due: 2/28/20 Closing: 3/31/20 5:00pm Alaska Standard Time As discussed in the RFP, we will accept questions through February 28th and will host a pre-proposal conference on …

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Advocacy/Legislative Update 2.14.20

Guess Who’s Back? Back Again? The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled today that the Recall Dunleavy effort can begin collecting the second round of signatures, overruling the Superior Court judge’s stay.  They have also issued the schedule for oral arguments which looks to be held on March 25th.  The Stand Tall With Mike campaign sought a slower schedule that would …

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HB221

State Recognition of Tribes House: HB221 (link to State Bill page) Sponsor(s): REPRESENTATIVES KOPP, Edgmon, Ortiz, Story, Fields, Kreiss-Tomkins, Foster, Hannan, Claman, Zulkosky, LeDoux, Lincoln, Spohnholz, Hopkins, Johnston, Tarr, Tuck, Stutes TCC’s Stance: Support Bill Status: HB221 – (H) TRB then CRA Bill Resources: Letter to Representative Letter to Senator An Act providing for state recognition of federally recognized tribes

Advocacy/Legislative Update 2.7.20

The Gov’s Peeps are United? The Legislature and the Governor are still at a crossroads and right now no one is backing down.  The Governor has acknowledged that there likely needs to be added revenue to shore up the current gap between state spending and current income, but absolutely refuses to offer solutions (with the exception of a lottery which …

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Investment Management Consultant RFP – CLOSED

TCC is currently looking to acquire the services of an investment advisor to assist us in managing our investment portfolio.  Attached is the RFP as well as our FY19 financial statements, January investment statements, the Official Statement for our bond offering in October, and related press release by Fitch Ratings.  Questions due: 2/19/20 Closing: 3/17/20 5:00pm As discussed in the …

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Resolution 2018-17: Support for Updating Alaska Habitat Laws to Protect Salmon Spawning and Rearing Areas

WHEREAS, Alaska Native Tribes depend upon salmon as a fundamental part of our social, cultural, economic, and spiritual wellbeing; and WHEREAS, access to sustainable healthy resources for our families and our people is critical to preserving our way of life; and WHEREAS, Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC) has made it a priority to protect our hunting and fishing resources for our …

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Resolution 2018-16: Canyon Village Traditional Land Selections

WHEREAS, Congress has historically failed to recognize the Tribe of Canyon Village Gwich’in as a federally recognized tribe, and has not restored the rights and lands of the Canyon Village Gwich’in; and WHEREAS, it is beholden upon the US Congress to recognize the Canyon Village Tribal Government and their right to lands and ability to generate economic development and self-government …

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