Two Rural Alaskans Named To Federal Subsistence Board

Two rural Alaskans have been named to the Federal Subsistence Board.  There is currently just one rural member on the board that manages fish and wildlife for subsistence uses on federal public lands and waters.

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Ben Matheson is a contributor with the Alaska Public Radio Network.

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