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Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission

Protecting Tribal Lands and Waterways for Future Generations

The Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission (SEITC) is a consortium of 15 sovereign Tribal nations located in Southeast Alaska.   Established in March of 2014 as the United Tribal Transboundary Mining Work Group, SEITC seeks to protect the vital and sacred rivers that sustain our communities and culture. SEITC derives its authority from Tribal governments.  Each member Tribe has formally designated their representative by letter or resolution.

Water Quality testing on the Taku River ​​

NEWS:  SEITC signs MOA with United Tribes of Bristol Bay. Click here to read the article... ​​
Leveraging the unified voice of over 100,000 Tribal citizens to demand their rights under the United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Rights, which Canada has adopted and confirmed, will change the dialogue from how we can mine the Sacred Headwaters to should we mine the Sacred Headwaters.
Read more about SETIC, click here...