Subsistence Mapping

Land managers in the Prince William Sound region frequently hear concerns expressed by subsistence users about displacement from harvest areas resulting from an increase in the number of sport-fishing and hunting groups and recreational visitors. In an effort to address the issue, the Chugach National Forest has embarked on an effort to map subsistence harvest patterns for residents of Chenega, Cordova, Tatitlek and Whittier. KCHU's Erik Wander has more:

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