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    Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Tribal Government

    The Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Tribal Government, is a federally recognized Tribe of Alaskan Natives having a common bond of living together on St. Paul Island, Alaska. The Tribal Government of St. Paul (TGSPI) is the representative government for the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island. The TGSPI is made up of a seven member Tribal Council, consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer, four other members one usually being an elder, and is divided into eight different departments including General Administrative Services and the Ecosystem Conservation Office. The TGSPI promotes and maintains cultural practices, awareness, preservation, self-governance, and self determination for the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island.

    In April of 1998 the Tribal Government of the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island created what is now the Ecosystem Conservation Office (ECO). The Mission of the ECO is to: 1. Maintain cultural interaction with the Bering Sea environment including utilization of its resources. 2. Protect and conserve all life systems – plants, wildlife, and humans that coexist and are interdependent within the island’s ecosystem. 3. Guide and direct human activities so as not to negatively impact the environment, natural and/or subsistence resources, and other customary traditional practices. 4. Be respectful of and utilize both indigenous and western approaches to environmental knowledge, wisdom, and science.


    The Agdaagux Tribe of King Cove

    The Agdaagux Tribe of King Cove (ATC)represents the Agdaagux Tribe, the Eastern Aleut people, as a federally recognized Tribe. The Agdaagux Tribe is governed by a seven member board; President, Vice-President, Secretary/Treasurer and 4 Council Members.   The ATC employs an office staff consisting of the following positions:  Administrator, Administrative Assistant, Secretary/Receptionist/FDPIR Coordinator, EPA-IGAP Coordinator, EPA-IGAP Assistant, Sentinel Coordinator and Sentinel Assistant.


    St. George Island Institute (

    The St. George Island Institute is a culturally sensitive Institute that shares Unangan (Aleut) values, knowledge, skills, history, and the natural wonders of the Pribilof Islands with people from around the world. The Institute provides a center for research and learning for people of all ages from around Alaska and around the world. Students will include high school and college interns, adventure travelers drawn to the unique natural and cultural history of St. George. The Institute is housed in historical buildings located in immediate proximity to major scientific and tourist attractions – bird rookeries, seal rookeries, and tide pools. It is located in the village of St. George, within walking distance of many historic structures – the Russian Orthodox Church, seal processing plant, and hotel.


    The St. George Traditional Council (


    The Aleut Marine Mammal Commission (