The Federal Subsistence Board is set to reconsider a proposal recognizing the customary and traditional use of all fish in the Kenai River drainage by residents of Ninilchik.
After living in one of the most beautiful places on Earth for the last seven-plus years, and working at one of the most exciting national wildlife refuges in the United States, I will be leaving the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Deputy Refuge Manager position on Nov. 25. I'm leaving the Kenai for an exciting job opportunity in Washington, D.C., as the new Chief of the Branch of Law Enforcement Operations for the National Wildlife Refuge System.
There is an old saying, "People don't plan to fail; they fail to plan." Personally I find formal planning exercises a bit tedious -- always rich in process and sometimes poor in product.
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