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We were delighted with the response to our request for proposals from American Indian and Alaska Native organizations across the United States, and it was difficult to make the final selections," noted Montoya Whiteman of First Nations and Janeen Comenote of NUIFC.
Outreach efforts in Alaska and Canada have reportedly remained strong, focused on communities, landowners, Alaska Native organizations and Canadian Aboriginal groups along the pipeline route.
The company's outreach efforts in Alaska and Canada have reportedly remained strong and substantial and have been focused on communities, landowners, Alaska Native organizations and Canadian Aboriginal groups along the pipeline route.
MMM works in cooperation with State, Federal, and International partners, as well as Alaska Native organizations, for the conservation and wise use of these species.
Officials estimate TERRA-SW will make broadband Internet available for more than 9,000 households and nearly 750 public, nonprofit and private community institutions, including regional health care providers, school districts and Alaska Native organizations.
There are now more than 120 resource partners, consisting of nonprofits, Alaska Native organizations, university programs and government-service providers.
The process of getting the legislation passed conferred a great deal of political clout to Alaska Native organizations in the early 1970s, said Miranda Wright, head of the Department of Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Other Alaska Native organizations participated in a June conference in Anchorage, including The Kuskokwim Corp.