Sealaska Wants Stimulus Funds for Forest Project

Sealaska wants the federal government to spend some of its stimulus money thinning trees. The Southeast regional Native corporation has asked for close to $1 million to expand its own forest-management program. Officials say the money could keep 40 rural residents on the job.

Ed Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – Juneau

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