Click here to read article from the Fall Issue of the Kuskokwim Corporation Newsletter on our work at the Kalskag Timber Harvest Site:
Napaimute Article in TKC Newsletter
The Native Village of Napaimute is looking at temporarily hiring an Environmental Technician. This person will be responsible for assisting the Environmental Coordinator and Executive Administrative Assistant. This position requires a person to be a “Jack of all Trades”. The Technician must be familiar with basic statistical analysis, data entry; and possess preliminary grant writing skills, basic software and computer knowledge, basic bookkeeping skills, and be familiar with general office procedures. This position will be based in Aniak Alaska, but may require travel as needed. If you have any questions, please call Lisa Feyereisen @ 676-0599
Subsistence Fishing under State Management Opens Saturday 7/8/2017 at Noon. Gillnets are restricted to 6 inch or less mesh, 45 meshes deep, and 25 fathoms (150 ft.) long. Additionally see map below for closed area around Aniak. Other methods of fishing that allow for the live release of fish (dipnets, fish wheels, rod and reel) must release all Chinook salmon. See announcement below for additional detail.
ADF&G Anouncement: 813941680
Both State and Federal Waters will be open to drift gillnet fishing July 3rd from noon to midnight. Please note closed areas around Aniak in State and Federal waters. See maps and announcement below for more details.
Areas closed to drift gillnet fishing near Aniak:
Federal Announcement: 3-KS-06-17_News Release (2)
State Announcement: 806511213
Drift gill net fishing will be open starting tomorrow at noon in both State and Federal Waters. Read full announcements below for details on closed areas and allowable gear.
See map for closed area around Aniak: SA – 4 – 17-Aniak Inset(reduced)
Subsistence driftnet fishing by Federally Qualified Users will be open for 12 hours beginning at 12 noon on June 12th in Federal Waters (below Aniak). See announcement and news release below for additional detail about net restrictions in different sections of the river.
USFWS Special Action: 3-ks-03-17_complete