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YUKON DELTA NWR AND REGIONAL OFFICE: Dustin Carl angles in rivers and databases
10 Region, October 17, 2012
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Dustin on the Kisarlik River near Bethel, Alaska. USFWS Photo
Dustin on the Kisarlik River near Bethel, Alaska. USFWS Photo - Photo Credit: USFWS Photo

Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) student, Dustin Carl enjoyed a varied experience in his summer work with the Service. He had a chance to sample field work on the Kwethluk River with the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge biologists collecting fisheries data. In addition, he worked with the Regional Native Liaison in the Regional Office. While there he updated the Tribal contact list with email addresses for all 229 Tribes, populated the ANCSA corporation contact database, developed a 2-page fact sheet about the new Federal Subsistence Board Tribal Consultation Policy, and created a spreadsheet indicating which Tribes and ANCSA corporations are within each of the 10 Federal subsistence regional advisory council areas. Dustin’s summer work allowed him to experience two “worlds” within the Service, and should serve him well as he plans his future.


Contact Info: bruce woods, 907-786-3695, bruce_woods@fws.gov



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