Workshop held to discuss healthcare and economic development in the community


Caleb Vierkant/ Wrangell Sentinel

Chris Mertl, with Corvus Design, speaking during last Thursday's workshop on healthcare and economic development in Wrangell.

The Wrangell Cooperative Association, along with Corvus Design and SALT, a consulting team, held a workshop at the Nolan Center last Thursday, June 13. The workshop was part of the Administration for Native Americans grant project, which has been led in Wrangell by Ruby McMurren and Talea Massin of the WCA. The project was designed to look at ways to

prevent the out-migration of the native community in Wrangell.

Through several meetings with community and tribal leaders, McMurren and Massin determined that there were three areas of improvement needed in the community: Economic development...

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