The Tyonek Tribal Conservation District (TTCD) is a non-regulatory, nonprofit 501c3 organization whose mission is to conserve, enhance, and encourage the wise use of the natural resources in our District. The role of the TTCD is to provide technical and financial assistance for landowners within the District to achieve their conservation goals. The TTCD is guided by three core values: to meet the needs of district stakeholders, to form cooperative relationships, and to use what the earth has to give. TTCD strives to accomplish its mission through cooperative relationships with any and all interested parties.
The Tyonek Tribal Conservation District has four strategic directions:
•Monitor and restore fish and wildlife habitat.
•Improve food security through community agriculture.
•Support sustainable practices through waste reduction and energy conservation.
•Provide conservation education and outreach.
|Fish Passage and Habitat Program||Community Agriculture Program||Technical Assistance Program|
|We are working to remove fish passage barriers in our District. To find out more - Learn more||TTCD manages the Tyonek Garden to provide local, sustainably grown produce in Tyonek. To find out more - Learn more||We provide technical and financial assistance for landowners to achieve their conservation goals. To find out more - Learn more|
To learn more about programs at TTCD – call (907) 646-3109