Basin 30 to 70 miles from TAPS
Oil, gas development in Yukon Flats could bring prosperity to local villages; Doyon plans to move forward with, without land swap
The draft environmental impact statement for a proposed exchange of land between Doyon Ltd. and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the Yukon Flats region of interior Alaska is out for public review. And, judging by the past controversy surrounding the proposed deal, comments should come a plenty.....
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Native land selections
Loss of land
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