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Fish path walks over history

...Alaska Department of Fish and Game that: ?The undertaking as proposed is judged to have no adverse effects (on the cultural site) so long as mitigation measures built into the project are employed.? ?Two and a half weeks ago we started getting e-mails...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032007/news_0320new003.shtml
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River vs. political ethics: Embracing KRSA's approach to resource management difficult

...but do not eliminate it. Recently KRSA objected to the DNR closing of river access in order to protect an important cultural site and river bank habitat KRSA is willing to degrade these areas for a sportfishing priority. In my opinion, high-density...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071107/oped_3063.shtml
Opinion
Culture of corruption should be disclosed

...resulted in illegal activities. The Slikok Creek project was started without proper permits and damage to a native cultural site was done. Congress expected this money to be used for salmon recovery projects. Yet KSRA allocated nearly a million...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/102307/letters_4341.shtml
Be mindful of cultural sites

...valuable to the Peninsula? Well, there is a good chance that you just threw trash or did your business in a significant cultural site on the Kenai. These sites are everywhere: along the riverbanks, under bridges, at the bottom of trees and in open...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031111/let_798127331.shtml
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