Walter Charley: Wanton Waste Of Moose & Caribou By Outsiders Goes Back For Years

 Ahtna Elder Walter Charley Discussed Wanton Waste With The Journal In The Fall Of 1989 And In 1991  Eureka Summit (Photo by Copper River Co...

 Ahtna Elder Walter Charley Discussed Wanton Waste With The Journal In The Fall Of 1989 And In 1991 

Eureka Summit (Photo by Copper River Country Journal) 


Walter Charley, an Ahtna elder, was keenly attuned to identifying issues that impacted the health and viability of the Copper River Valley. He was a capable, persuasive orator, and frequently used the Copper River Country Journal to speak to the people of the valley.

In 1989 and 1991, he told the Journal the following, about the very real issue of "wanton waste." Today, the problem continues, as seen in a recent adjacent story in the web Copper River Country Journal about the search for hunters at Eureka last fall – September, 2023 –  after four moose were found shot and abandoned on the tundra. 


The Late Walter Charley (Photo by Copper River Country Journal) 

SEPTEMBER, 1989: COPPER RIVER COUNTRY JOURNAL 


SEPTEMBER, 1991: COPPER RIVER COUNTRY JOURNAL











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