Sealaska Lands Bill Part 5 – Future Sites

The Sealaska Lands legislation would transfer ownership of dozens of parcels in the Tongass National Forest to the regional Native corporation for economic development. The company wants to use these Native future sites for eco-tourism, energy and transportation development. Residents and business-owners using these lands are worried about the potential impact on some of their favorite Southeast spots. Joe Viechnicki reports, as part of a CoastAlaska series on the lands issue.

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