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Help Us To Save Alaska Landscape
The Alaska Tribal Conservation Alliance is a multi-tribal organization which was established on March 30, 2011. ATCA includes representatives from:
- Tyonek Tribal Conservation District (est. 2005 – Tyonek, Alaska)
- Asa’carsarmiut Tribal Conservation District (est. 2006 – Mountain Village, Alaska)
- Kuigglugmiut Tribal Conservation District (est. 2006 – Kwethluk, Alaska)
- Nunivak Island Tribal Conservation District (Est. 2011 – Mekoryuk, AK)
- Copper River Inter-Tribal Resource Conservation District.
ATCA’s Mission is to provide education, collaboration and outreach to the Tribal Conservation Districts in Alaska to preserve and enhance the natural resources and traditional subsistence way of life.
Vision: To see ATCA function to promote healthy people and healthy environments in Alaska.
We Encourage Membership
Membership to Alaska Tribal Conservation Alliance (ATCA) provides a platform for Tribal Governments, Village Councils, Alaska Native Corporations and Tribal Conservation Districts to have a stronger voice in working to increase funding in Alaska for subsistence agriculture. ATCA strives to represent its members by identifying and addressing natural resource priorities for subsistence, economic and social needs, while promoting sustainable development in the respective districts.