Tyonek Tribal Conservation District

Our MissionDistrict Boundary

The Tyonek Tribal Conservation District (TTCD) is a non-regulatory, nonprofit 501c3 organization that addresses local issues through community-driven conservation. Our mission is to conserve, enhance, and encourage the wise use of the natural resources. The District shares its boundaries with Game Management Unit 16B, and includes Tyonek, Beluga, Shirleyville, Alexander Creek, and Skwentna. The role of the TTCD is to provide technical and financial assistance to landowners and stakeholders within the District to help them achieve their conservation goals.

Core Values

TTCD is guided by two core values:

  • Meet the needs of district stakeholders
  • Foster cooperative relationships

Strategic Directions

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.

To learn more about TTCD’s conservation work, visit the Programs tab or contact us at admin@ttcd.org

 

You know it’s going to be a good week when you team up on Monday with your partners from Tebughna Foundation and Knik Tribal Council to send turkeys and locally grown potatoes to Nvt Tyonek households. The Tyonek Tribal Conservation District has a special shout out to the Knik Tribe for their contribution of 263 pounds of beautiful (and soon to be delicious) 🥔🥔🥔! Chiqinik!Celebrating the versatility and longevity of potatoes: What’s your family’s favorite potato dish this season? Mashed, scalloped, baked — or perhaps oven roasted with rosemary and salt? See MoreSee Less
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