The Ahtna Intertribal Resource Commission (AITRC) was established in 2011 as part of a longstanding desire of Ahtna tribes and organizations to conserve, manage, and develop the fish, fisheries, and plant resources of the Ahtna region according to culturally-relevant values. The core purpose of AITRC is to exercise tribal sovereignty and self-determination to promote traditional resource stewardship on the ancestral lands of the Ahtna people. The position of AITRC Fisheries Biologist, working under the direct supervision of the Executive Director performs a variety of biological and ecological services to further the AITRC vision of managing the fisheries resources and ecosystems of the Ahtna region. A priority for this position will be to observe and monitor fisheries in their natu

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