Preserving, maintaining, and protecting the unique culture, land, and resources of the Yakutat Tlingit People.

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Yakutat COVID-19 Information Page

The latest COVID-19 updates and information for the community of Yakutat.

Federal Subsistence Board: Call for Proposals to Change Federal Subsistence Hunting and Trapping Regulations

Submit your proposals through May 24, 2021 to change Federal regulations for the subsistence harvest of wildlife on Federal public lands for the July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024 regulatory years.

Submit Your Public Comment on Situk River Management

The Situk Partners:
Entities cooperatively managing the Situk fishery meet annually to review public input, identify public use and resource issues, and adopt an action plan accordingly.

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) FY2021 Application

Existing and new TEFAP clients, please fill out these two application forms for the new fiscal year, effective October 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021.

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What makes us who we are

An Intimate Connection to Our Lands

Haa Aaní, Haa Kusteeyí

The Tlingit people have a very strong historic, cultural, linguistic & spiritual connection to their land.

Our way of life

Haa Shagoon

We have a lengthy history of reliance on our habitat – subsisting off of the abundant Alaskan Wildlife.

DEEPLY EMBEDDED CULTURE AND TRADITION

Culture and Tradition

Our practiced customs, songs and dances, and traditional ceremonies which were passed down through generations with pride and dignity validate our identity and culture.

The Tlingit Language

Lingít Yoo X̲ʼatángi

Our Tlingit identity is born through our language; and through our language, we get to see the way our ancestors truly saw the world.

arts and crafts

Arts and Crafts

The distinctive art of the Tlingit is reflective of their culture, ancestry, and collaborative histories.

Respect for nature

Ldakát át a yáa ayaduwanéi

The Tlingit believe that every creature has a soul and all life is of equal value; plants, trees, birds, fish, animals, and human beings are equally respected.

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