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Native Voices | Prehistory of the Chugach region  Native Voices |

By Raven Cunningham Imagine a place where the mountains shoot up from the ocean, glaciers you can walk on that touch the ocean’s tides, and...

Native Voices | A brief history of the Native people of...

By Raven Cunningham  The people of our region have called Chugach home for 10,000 years, since our glaciers have receded and our mountaintops emerged from...

Native Voices | CRRC statement on co-management

By Raven Cunningham The Chugach Regional Resources Commission (CRRC) is an inter-Tribal fish and wildlife commission comprised of seven Tribes in lower Cook Inlet and...

BLM decision allows for potential lands exchange with CAC

Bureau of Land Management officials say they are conducting an environmental analysis in advance of potential exchanges of land near Thompson Pass with Chugach Alaska Corp.

Prepare ahead to travel in national forests

U.S. Forest Service officials are reminding those pursuing recreational activities in Alaska’s national forests to be prepared when venturing out for snowshoeing, skiing, stargazing and aurora chasing.

Learn to avoid traps on Chugach trails

When traveling on winter trails in Chugach National Forest, particularly in years when snowfall is abundant, hikers should be very cautious about going beyond areas where roads are plowed, to avoid getting themselves or their pets caught in traps, a veteran U.S. Forest Service official advises.

Winter motorized sports now open across the Chugach

It’s fall on the calendar, but it certainly feels like winter on the Cordova Ranger District. Early season snowfall means a winter wonderland brimming with recreation activities: skating, snowshoeing, snowmachining, snowboarding and skiing.

CDC awards $650,000 grant to promote food security in Chugach region

Chugach Regional Resources Commission has received a $650,000 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote its work in food security throughout the Chugach region.

Chugach Corner: Agents of Discovery, where technology and nature combine

Come join Cordova Ranger District Forest Rangers on National Trails Day on Saturday, June 5, for an immersive outdoors experience along the Haystack Trail. Participants will get a chance to take in the natural habitat and discover clues with the educational and fun mobile game Agents of Discovery.

Avalanche season is over but still use caution

Avalanche season on the Copper River Highway is officially over, but the Alaska Avalanche Information Center is warning travelers to continue to use caution around cornices, glide cracks and steep unsupported slopes.
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