SE subsistence board meets in Ketchikan

The Southeast Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council will meet this month in Ketchikan.

The council will develop recommendations on proposed changes to federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations for 2014-2016, hear a briefing on federal customary and traditional use definitions and review the rural determination process and develop recommendations on how to improve the process.

The Federal Subsistence Board will review the council’s recommendations when it meets in April.

It takes place Sept. 24-26 at the Ted Ferry Civic Center in Ketchikan.

The agenda and other meeting materials are available by clicking here

Information regarding this meeting is also available by calling the Office of Subsistence Management at (800) 478-1456 or (907) 786-3888 or by e-mail,


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