Enhancing the lives of our Tribal Citizens

Woody Island Tribal Council, Kodiak Alaska
Kodiak Coastline
Beached Humpback Whale
Beached Humpback Whale
Kodiak Coastline
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about us

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Woody Island Tribal Council exists to promote and ensure the social, economic, political, and cultural needs of our citizens. We do that through culture & connection, sustainability, and advocacy.

our services

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Access services for our community including scholarship opportunities for education and career training, housing assistance, tribal membership, and our 600 book community library.

Our Culture

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Take a walk through the rich history and culture of Woody Island.

We are guided by our core values: adaptability, spiritual connection to place, unity, respect, strength through consensus, our heritage, our families, our future.

Small island with a rich history

Woody Island is four miles long and two miles wide. It has seven small lakes and about thirteen miles of coastline. By Kodiak standards this is small island, yet is has a rich and remarkable history.