Otter Pelt Restrictions Anger Native Artists

Federal officials say they are trying to clarify rules for Alaskan Natives’ use of sea otters. A draft set of guidelines from the US Fish and Wildlife Service is aimed at addressing some of the confusion over what’s allowed. But it’s been a frustrating situation for Native hunters and artisans.

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Matt Lichtenstein is a reporter at KFSK in Petersburg.

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