Tulchina is the Dena'ina word for those born of the water. This is the clan of our ancestors who have inhabited the area for centuries. It all started with great-grandma Mary Ann Trefon, a Dena'ina Athabascan who settled at what was once Kijik Village on Lake Clark and then later moved to Tanalian Point, known today as Port Alsworth. We now own and live on the land great-grandma settled on; the land that grandma Katie Hill Wilson, was born on. We live here in every season. From commercial fishing for sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay to biking across the lake ice in 30 below zero, this is truly our home. We are proud to call this place our home and look forward to sharing it with you.