Technical Team Field Trip
Collaboration with Angoon Watershed Crew
Drone's Eye View of the HNFP Field Crew
The Hoonah Native Forest Partnership or HNFP
The HNFP is exploring the cost effectiveness of cutting edge scientific tools. For example, we have acquired LiDAR data for the project area. This ‘light-radar’ data not only provides a high resolution topography model, but can also produce detailed information about forests and streams. We hope that integrating LiDAR data products with proven models for timber, salmon and deer will enhance their capacity for facilitating desired future conditions while saving money over the long-term.
Tradition & Subsistence
HNFP Project Area
The HNFP project area is approximately 150,000 acres covering all complete watersheds within which Regional Native Corporation (Sealaska) and Village Corporation (Huna Totem) lands exist.