The BIA Alaska Region’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks program provides technical assistance, training, and advice to federally recognized tribes, tribal organizations, and other Bureau programs on fish and wildlife issues within Alaska. The program acts as a liaison for Alaska Native reindeer herders and Alaska Native reindeer herder organizations. This program also serves as the Alaska Region’s Point of Contact for the BIA’s Tribal Resilience program.
This program provides technical assistance to federally recognized Alaska tribes in fish, wildlife and subsistence issues in the form of training, funding, data, current research, and information on conformance with established policies, standards and procedures. The Fish & Wildlife Biologist serves as point of contact for natural resources grant funding, provides review provides technical assistance in project development and review of current projects for tribes as requested.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Rosalie Debenham, Fish & Wildlife Biologist, Rosalie.Debenham@bia.gov or (907) 586-7444
This program operates under 25 CFR 243