TTCD has four program areas to address conservation needs and goals in our District:
Habitat Monitoring & Restoration
This program was established to accomplish TTCD’s strategic direction to monitor and restore fish and wildlife habitat. TTCD works cooperatively with many partners to strategically work towards monitoring natural resources and addressing natural resource concerns. To learn more, visit the Habitat Monitoring & Restoration page.
Through this program, TTCD addresses our strategic direction to improve food security through community agriculture. Since 2012, Tyonek Tribal Conservation District has worked with the Native Village of Tyonek to develop an agricultural program aimed at enhancing food security and providing fresh organic vegetables to community members. To learn more, visit the Tyonek Grown page.
Through this program, TTCD addresses our strategic goal to support sustainable practices through waste reduction and energy conservation. TTCD provides technical and financial assistance for landowners to achieve their conservation goals. To learn more, visit the Technical Assistance page.
Tyonek Youth Conservation Science
Through this program, TTCD addresses our strategic direction to provide conservation education and outreach. Since 2014, TTCD has coordinated regular visits to the Tebughna School throughout the school year to provide science education through hands-on activities. TTCD strives to incorporate youth education into all conservation projects. To learn more, visit the Tyonek Youth Conservation Science page.