This joint project with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) assessed how the subsistence harvest of natural resources has changed over time in Exxon Valdez oil spill impacted communities. Researchers analyzed subsistence harvest data collected from 1984 through 2014 in the communities of Cordova, Chenega, Tatitlek, Port Graham, and Nanwalek.
This document is a summary of the full report: Recovery Of A Subsistence Way Of Life
This report was presented to the Council during the September 2020 Board of Directors meeting. Watch the presentation on the Council’s YouTube channel: “Subsistence Way of Life” Presentation by the Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game to the PWSRCAC, 9/18/2020: