Environmental Programs

Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP)

Documented Alaska PSP fatalities date back to 1799 when the crew of Alexander Baranof of the Russian American Trading Company ate contaminated blue mussels at the now notorious Poison Cove...

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Amchitka Biological Monitoring Program Oversight

Amchitka, named by the Aleuts (Unangan) who've inhabited the Aleutian Islands for thousands of years until the late 1700's. The island is one of the North Pacific Aleutian Chain's islands...

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Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program (NALEMP)

NALEMP Program Overview by lead Department of Defense Attorney James Van Ness The participants of the 2016 biannual NALEMP meeting held in Anchorage, Alaska The Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation...

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Environme ntal Technical Assistance (EPA – IGAP)

Purpose is to provide environmental assistance to Unangan/Unangas tribes on environmental issues, particularly those related to the execution of their EPA GAP grants. Support and enhance capacity-building at the tribal...

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