Science and Indigenous People

The federal government has released a new “Integrated Management Plan for the Rapidly Changing Arctic,” which emphasizes the integrity of eco-systems, inter-agency co ordination, and working more closely with Native tribes and corporations. Science and Alaska Natives is the subject of the next Talk of Alaska.

HOST: Steve Heimel


  • Craig George, Senior Wildlife Biologist, North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management
  • Richard Glenn, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, Executive Vice President for Lands and Natural Resources
  • Kate Reedy-Maschner, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Idaho State University, member of NPFMC Scientific and Statistical Panel
  • Callers Statewide


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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.

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