About the Nuvendaltun Tribal Conservation District

Nondalton is located between Lake Clark and Iliamna Lake, 190 miles southwest of Anchorage. Nondalton formed an incorporated city government in 1971. The population of the community consists of 90% Alaska Native or part Native. Fishing in Bristol Bay is an important source of income in Nondalton, and firefighting is another source of summer employment. The community relies heavily on subsistence hunting and fishing. A State-owned runway services the community. Local villages support the construction of a 22-mile road between Nondalton and Iliamna.

Bristol Bay Region, Village of Nondalton including Mulchatna River, Chulitna River, Nikabuna Lake, Lake Clark, Six-Mile Lake, ChiliKadrotna River, Kijik Corporation Land Boundaries.

Our mission is to mission is to restore, protect, and preserve the traditional, subsistence lifestyle of the Yupiit people.



Fawn Silas
P.O. Box 49
Nondalton, A.K. 99640



PHONE  (907) 294-2257
FAX        (907) 294-2271


Board Members

William Evanoff-President

George Alexie-Vice President

Natalia Marttila-Treasurer

Kristy Jeffries-Secretary

Randy Kakaruk-Member

William Trefon, Jr.-Member

Harry Karshekoff-Member