Sun'aq Ecological Archives & Library

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Sun’aq region has no EPA violations for 2014 second quarter

Sun’aq region has no EPA violations for 2014 second quarter

Compliance with environmental laws protects air, land, and water in communities across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

CONTACT: Hanady Kader, EPA Public Affairs, 206-553-0454 kader.hanady

(Seattle – August 27, 2014) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, completed over 50 environmental compliance and enforcement actions in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington from April 1, 2014…

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Sun’aq Tribal History Timeline

Sun’aq Tribal History Timeline

Have you seen our new Sun’aq Tribal History Timeline?  The timeline highlights the struggles and triumphs of the Sun’aq Tribe from their re-organization in 1987 to the present day.

From the adoption of the Tribal Constitution, to the formation of the Kodiak Alutiiq Dancers, to the vigorous pursuit of restoring federal recognition, the Sun’aq Tribal History Timeline features the events that have…

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SEALibrary Poster Presentation 2014 ATALM

SEALibrary Poster Presentation 2014 ATALM

We received a grant in 2013-2014 from the Institute of Museums and Libraries Services to enhance our collection of Kodiak archipelago environmental records and governance archives. A wise condition of the grant is to present publicly the results of our work under the Native American Library Services: Enhancement Grant to the international conference of the Association of Tribal Archives, Museums,…

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Federal subsistence Board and council meetings, 2014

Federal subsistence Board and council meetings, 2014

Federal Subsistence Board to Hold Work Session in Anchorage

The Federal Subsistence Board will hold a work session Wednesday, July 30, 2014beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Gordon Watson Conference Room located in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 7 Office, 1011 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, Alaska. During the work session, the Board will discuss its annual report replies to the Regional…

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Sun’aq Begins Buskin River Marine Zone Study (BRiMS)

Sun’aq Begins Buskin River Marine Zone Study (BRiMS)

Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak today announces the start of a study of the Buskin River outlet and near-shore conditions. The “Buskin River Marine Zone Study” (abbreviated as “BRiMS”) will be led by Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak.

The BRiMS study focuses on salmon habitat and human usage. Tribal Resolution 2014-04 is the agreement between the Tribal Government, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the…

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Iver Malutin

On behalf of the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak, Tribal Council, and its members, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family of Iver Malutin. His years of dedication not only to the members of Sun’aq Tribe but to the Kodiak community will be greatly missed. You will be forever in our hearts.

JJ Marsh, chair, Sun’aq Tribal Council

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Kodiak Perceptions of Climate Change survey

Kodiak Perceptions of Climate Change survey

The SEALibrary was set up to make sure that studies of our area and the archipelago are available to local people. Meg du Bray, a doctoral student in Sociocultural Anthropology (Culture, Health, and Environment Lab), Arizona State University is in town through June 30th working on perceptions of water https://shesc.asu.edu/research/projects/global-ethnohydrology-study . However, she can send…

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We are participating in the http://littlefreelibrary.org/ Charter # 14814

We are a remote island people. We welcome all to learn. The barabara is a traditional Alutiiq / Sugpiaq dwelling (with a Russian name) made of earth and driftwood. It keeps us warm, dry, and grounded. The Sun’aq Ecological Archives and Library (SEALibrary) is a collection of written and unwritten knowledge for the archipelago.

Our little free library is a miniature barabara.

It is smaller than the original barabara built for the Kodiak Alutiiq Dancers ;)

Sun’aq’s new barabara is on the map We are participating in the Charter # 14814 We are a remote island people. We welcome all to learn.

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