CHUGACH REGION TRIBAL
In 2019, CRRC began the process of forming the Chugach Region Tribal Conservation District (CRTCD) to include traditional homelands of Alaska Native people in Southcentral Alaska. In 2021, the process was finally complete, and the CRTCD was formed.
CRRC recognizes the importance of addressing subsistence, environmental, and natural resource needs of our Tribal members through the use of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs and other federal agency programs collectively designed to provide technical and other assistance to enhance the traditional subsistence way of living in perpetuity.
To carry out broad programs of assistance for the region and provide technical, research, educational, and financial assistance to landowners and users within the terms of the various statutes administered by the USDA. Have an adequate abundance of marine life, land animals, plants, migratory birds, and fowl for our future generations by protecting all lands, waters, and wetlands to provide subsistence. All interested parties working together to protect our natural resources and abundance of harvestable vegetation through the protection of our habitats.
The CRTCD bases its effort on several objectives, which may be changed to meet the needs of the natural resources, stakeholders, and residents of the CRTCD. The CRTCD strives to accomplish its goals through cooperative relationships with any and all interested parties.