Nenana-Totchaket Agricultural Project — Potluck, Presentation and Discussion

Friday, October 28, 2022

Potluck at 6:30, Program at 7:00 pm

Raven Landing, in the Common Room in Building 4, or online via Zoom

(See map to Building 4, and the Zoom link, at the bottom of this post)

Following on last month’s presentation about Land Acknowledgment and Land Back, this month’s presentation looks at the “Nenana-Totchaket Agricultural Project.” 

The  State of Alaska has just sold 1,975 acres west of Nenana in the first phase of the estimated 148,000 acre Nen-Tot project, in the name of food security, and transferring state land into private ownership.  

This area has always been a traditional subsistence area for the people of Nenana, who were not consulted about the project, have their own ideas of what food security looks like, and recognize the value of land preservation. This project has also been criticized for proceeding too quickly and with inadequate planning. 

One or more speakers from Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition and Native Movement will share the latest information about the project, why the local people are concerned, and what future actions might be helpful. 

Join us for a status update and discussion at Raven Landing, Building 4, Common Room on Friday evening, October 28, or join via Zoom if you are unable to come in person. Potluck begins at 6:30, program begins at 7:00.

For background information see

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 834 0066 7036
Passcode: 116449

Map to Building 4.

Photo: John Whipple/Division of Agriculture

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