Hi! Thanks for checking out what we have that’s new for you! The Georgetown Tribal Council website is a great way to find information and stay involved with what’s going on.
If it’s been awhile, I’d start at our main GTC page – and while you’re here, check out what’s new in the title bar. Eric has added an Event Calendar, and new resources in the About Us Section, including river distances between villages, organizational documents and more. There, you will also find our contact information.
If you have catching up to do on what GTC has been up to, I’d check out our Newsletter Archive page too. All of our GTC newsletter and E-newsletters can be found there.
Also new to the title bar is our Education tab. Here, you can find a link to our new environmental education resource. After you get there, just click on the door and you’ll enter a resource full of information for learning and teaching about environmental issues unique to the middle Kuskokwim.
You can take a trip up the river to learn about the villages there, or find out information about water, fish & invasive plants. If you already know a lot but are interested in finding resources to teach, I would suggest you explore the Contacts & Educational Resources.
Head on over to the Environmental page, and you’ll find some new resources, including:
- Environmental Committee Info -upcoming meeting info and meet our members
- Baseline water quality data project reports and a map of Middle Kuskokwim data
- Copies of the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment we completed this summer
- Reports documenting the History of Red Devil Mine & Donlin Gold Proposed Mine, along with information on how GTC has been involved with these project
As always, let us know if you have questions. You can reach me at (907) 717-5292 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep in touch!