Point Spencer Transfer Featured in Arctic Today

August 5, 2020by Media

“A strategic sliver of land newly transferred from the federal government to Native ownership is being touted as an important element of future safety improvements for Bering Strait marine traffic.

About 2,200 acres of land bordering a sheltered bay northwest of Nome was formally transferred by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to the Inupiat-owned Bering Straits Native Corp. The site, called Point Spencer, is a long spit that partially encloses and shelters Port Clarence, a Bering Strait-area bay with deep water, a rare quality in that region.” Read more at: https://www.arctictoday.com/land-at-strategic-a-bering-strait-deepwater-site-has-been-transferred-to-an-alaska-native-corporation/

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