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Predators, but no herring, seen during first ADF&G aerial survey. Sealaska’s vice-president defends Redoubt selection. House operating budget gives Dems a chance to outline priorities. Youth for Environmental Action hold Juneau summit.
Mon Mar 18, 2013
Sealaska has moved one step closer to owning the land surrounding Sitka’s Reboubt Falls. A ruling this month dismissed a claim to the same land filed by the Sheldon Jackson College trustees. If it stands, the ruling will remove a major obstacle from the decades-long effort to gain Native ownership of the site, home to the area’s largest subsistence sockeye fishery. more