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Alaska Natives represented on Federal Subsistence Board
Posted: Monday, January 30, 2012
Two Alaska Natives have been appointed to the
Federal Subsistence Board
Anthony Christianson and Charles Brower will represent subsistence users on the board. They are the
two public members
who were appointed under a new regulation developed by the Obama administration.
Christianson, who serves as the mayor of Hydarburg, is Haida. He's also the natural resources director for the Hydaburg Cooperative Association, a federally recognized tribe.
Brower, who is Inupiat, works for
Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corp.
, an Alaska Native village corporation.
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Interior, Agriculture secretaries name 2 longtime Alaskans to Federal Subsistence board
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