WOW....On the Move Forward....

The Eyak Language Project has a new home at:

Beyond renewing WOW - the Word of the Week -  the new site will feature lessons and tips for making the Eyak language a part of your every day life.  That is just the beginning of what could be a lot of amazing happenings in the coming months.  If you would like to help us with these volunteer efforts, drop us an email at:

iishuh ‎‎‎‎‎(WEEK 1)‎‎‎‎‎

(Recorded in 2001 with Chief Marie Smith Jones and Dr. Michael Krauss)
Are you an Eyak Descendant?

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Eyak Ancestry Survey

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ALL people interested in supporting Eyak revitalization efforts are welcome to take the survey. 

2012 Eyak Culture Camp

Eyak people from across the country made history last summer by returning to their ancestral homelands for the first Eyak Culture Camp.   More than 50 people took part in this celebration near Cordova, Alaska.  Planning is now underway for the NEXT Culture Camp in the Summer of 2013.  

AwA'ahdah to our major sponsors...

The Eyak Corporation

The Eyak Preservation Council

The Eyak Foundation 

Honor the Earth 

Be watching the new website for a photo gallery of the gathering along with a detailed list of all those who  generously gave their time and support to make this groundbreaking event such a success.

Eyak Yak is Back!

The first gathering of the new year is set for January 5th.

We invite you to join the fun online or in person if you are in Anchorage.

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(the website is now maintained by volunteers - we do our best to answer emails as timely as possible!)