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The Alaska state capital is Juneau.
The population of Naknek is approximately 575 (1990), 544 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 276 (1990), 231 (2010).
The amount of land area in Naknek is 186.838 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 43.929 sq kilometers.
The distance from Naknek to Washington DC is 4089 miles.
The distance to the Alaska state capital is 905 miles. (as the crow flies)
Naknek is positioned 58.76 degrees north of the equator and 156.90 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Naknek Community News

The St. Paul Coastal District and the Division of Governmental Coordination will be holding a series of community workshops for the Bering Sea Ecosystem Project over the next few weeks. The purpose of the meetings is for project staff to listen to local ideas and opinions about coastal management issues facing Bering Sea communities. The workshops will be held at the following communities:
Bethel April 5 7:00 pm City Log Cabin
Unalakleet April 7 7:00 pm Elementary School Multi-purpose room
Naknek April 20 3:00 pm City Council Chambers
Dillingham April 21 1:00 pm Choggiung Conference Room
The purpose of the Bering Sea Ecosystem Project is to improve communication and coordination between Bering Sea stakeholders. Goals include promoting good stewardship of Bering Sea coastal resources by obtaining information and sharing information with all stakeholders. The project is funded by the federal Coastal Zone Management Act through the Alaska Coastal Zone Management Program. For more information, contact:
Division of Governmental Coordination
Glenn Gray, Project Analyst
Katharine Heumann, Program Coordinator

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