Easement will protect the Chuitna River

For more than 40,000 years the Dene people have cultivated and been nurtured by the land and waters around Tyonek, a village 40 miles west of Anchorage on Upper Cook Inlet. At the very heart of this land is the Chuitna River, its source for abundant wildlife, diverse vegetation and natural beauty. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Glenn LaBauve - May 21, 2009 - 1:55 PM PDT
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by Glenn LaBauve - May. 21, 2009

A long held tie to the land is sighted by those that want to preserve and return it and would be the ones most affected by the changes.

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