WELCOME to Native Village of Eklutna
The Eklutna Native Village government office was organized in 1961 by the traditional people of Eklutna Village in order to be recognized for protecting land rights. By then, the 326,000 acre Eklutna Reservation had been reduced over the years to a mere 1,819 acres. The tribe became federally recognized and is recorded under IRS code 83.87, section 7871, the Indian Tribal Governmental Tax Status Act of 1982.
To empower Idlughet Qayeht’ana (Eklutna Village Dena’ina) by promoting the history, culture and identity of our sovereign nation, and to assist in the education and well-being of our Tribe.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
We will be making many changes to this site in the near future. We ask for your patience while we make our mistakes and attempt to fix them.
Thank you for stopping by the online home of the Native Village of Eklutna, Alaska. We have recently updated our website to be more user friendly, as well as to ensure mobile compatibility for those of you visiting using your smart phone or other mobile device. Your opinion is valued – please contact us with […]