Kobuk Valley Grants

Caribou, sand dunes, the Kobuk River, Onion Portage - just some of the facets of Kobuk Valley National Park. Half a million caribou migrate through, their tracks crisscrossing sculpted dunes. The Kobuk River is an ancient and current path for people and wildlife.

For 9000 years, people came to Onion Portage to harvest caribou as they swam the river. Even today, that rich tradition continues.


The objective of this Cooperative Agreement is to update baseline data on the customary and traditional uses of fish and wildlife by residents of Kiana, AK. Kiana, located 57 air miles east of...more
Posted On - 2020-05-27


This agreement is to fund an overall project with two National Park Unit components. One component is to survey the upper portion of the Rabbit Creek drainage and the northern portion of Cape...more
Posted On - 2020-04-07


Archeological field research on federal lands in Alaska were conducted under federal permits by representatives of Brown University as far back as the 1940s. These nationally significant collections...more
Posted On - 2019-08-22




This announcement is to provide public notice of the National Park Service (NPS), intention to fund the following project with University of Alaska Fairbanks under a Cooperative Ecosystem Studies...more
Posted On - 2012-06-28





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