In 2016-2017 The DIA Marine Debris Removal Project was conducted to: locate, remove and prevent accumulation of derelict crab pots from marine habitats of the Juneau marine environment, Gastineau Channel area identified as Essential Fish Habitats, including marine protected areas, Habitat Areas of Particular Concern for salmon and known distribution areas for halibut, Dungeness, Tanner and King crab.
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Sandy Beach Area Marine Debris Removal Project - Research Plan Project Goal: To remove derelict crab pots
Sandy Beach Study Area Known Crab Pot Area The Sandy Beach region on the west side
Brownfield State & Tribal Response Program (STRP) State & Tribal Response Program The State and Tribal Response
INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP) Indian General Assistance Program In 1992, Congress passed the Indian
SALMON RESILIENCY Taku River First Nations The DIA is currently working with Taku River Tlingit First Nations
PROTECT HISTORIC/SACRED SITES Historic/Sacred Sites The DIA is working with the U.S. Forest Service and meets on
ADDRESS JUNEAU LANDFILL ISSUES Juneau Landfill Unlike other Southeast communities, who have their landfills positioned outside of
ADDRESS MARINE DEBRIS WITHIN OUR TRADITIONAL TERRITORY Lost Fishing Gear Derelict fishing gear, such as lost fishing
ADDRESS MINING CONTAMINATION Mining Issues Within our Traditional Territory The DIA has identified addressing environmental concerns associated with