This site provides information and resources
on issues related to the subsistence ways of life of Alaska Native
people, particularly as they pertain to education. Anyone wishing
to contribute to this site is encouraged to contact the coordinator
of the Alaska Native Knowledge Network at (907) 474-1902, or send
an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just How Safe is Subsistence
by Patricia Longley Cochran
An article in Sharing Our Pathways published
in March/April 1998 by Alaska Native Knowledge Network.
ANKN Subsistence SPIRAL Chart
of Subsistence Units or Materials
By Chase Hensel
Does One Way of Life Have to Die So Another Can Live?
by Yupiktak Bista
A report on Subsistence and the Conservation of the Yupik Life-Style
Natural Indicators of Salmon Run Timing and Abundance
by Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association
Excerpt: "Subsistence Management Information is advised by a
panel that includes UFA board members, Alaska Natives, Alaska legislators
of sportfishing interests and coastal communities."
Traditional Knowledge and Native Foods Database
Excerpt from Progress Report: "The
goal of the project is to build capacity among
Alaska Tribes to take effective
action to clearly identify and address their concerns about radionuclides,
other types of contamination, and adverse changes in the environment.
The University of Alaska's Institute of Social and Economic Research
and the Alaska Native Science Commission are collaborating
to implement the
project. We began work in the fall of 1996 under a grant from Region
10. Although the current three year grant funded
by ORIA through Region 10
formally began in July 1998, an overlap between the previous grant and
the current grant meant that we actually started work under the current
grant in January 1999."
Department of Fish and Game
There is some general information and technical papers included in
this site. As of March 30, 1998, some of the links were not working very
of Subsistence Management Alaska Region
US Fish and Wildlife Alaska's Office of Subsistence Management
American Fish & Wildlife Society
Society is a nonprofit membership organization. It exists for the protection,
preservation and enhancement of fish & wildlife resources. The Society's
purposes are charitable, educational, scientific and cultural. The Society
is a member of America's
Charities. America's Charities accepts
donations for the Society through United Way and Combined Federal Campaign