Alaska Native Vets From 1964 to 1971 (Or Their Heirs) May Be Eligible For 160 Acres

Alaska Native Vets From 1964 to 1971 (Or Their Heirs) May Be Eligible For 160 Acres  Meeting Was Held At BLM In Glennallen On Tuesday, Augus...

Alaska Native Vets From 1964 to 1971 (Or Their Heirs) May Be Eligible For 160 Acres 

Meeting Was Held At BLM In Glennallen On Tuesday, August 30th 

Alaska Natives  who were in the armed services between '64 and '71 (or their heirs) may be able to get up to 160 acres of federal land.  Next Tuesday, three different agencies – BLM, BIA and the VA – will be in Glennallen. There is already a list of 26 predetermined eligible individuals from the Ahtna region for the program, BLM told the Journal. "If there is someone missing from the list they can come in and apply." 

You don't have to have served in Vietnam to be eligible. 

BLM urges local people to learn more. "They can come to our meeting," said Jim Hart of BLM. "We can answer their questions. We'll have people to work with them. We'll all help fill out applications." 

So far, 26 people from the Ahtna area are predetermined as eligible. If you can't come on Tuesday, or have further questions, contact Jim Hart or Candy Grimes at BLM. (Phone number below.) 

NOTICE FROM BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT 
If you're an Alaska Native veteran or the heir of one who served between 1964 and 1971, you may be eligible to receive up to 160 acres of land through the Alaska Native Veteran Land Allotment Program. 
 
The Bureau of Land Management is hosting an information session Tuesday at the Glennallen Field Office located at Mile Post 186.5 on the Glenn Hwy from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Conference Room.  So, if you're a Vietnam-era Alaska Native vet or heir, stop by Tuesday at the BLM Alaska Field Office in Glennallen from 10 - 4 to find out more.









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