Sealaska Construction Solutions has begun reconstruction of the Lena Beach Recreation Area in Juneau, Alaska. Along with building new picnic shelters, aligning and reconstructing the road and improving parking, they...read more
These students were about to begin a summer of building trails, mapping wildlife habitats and maintaining watersheds for the TRAYLS program, which stands for Training Rural Alaskan Youth Leaders & Students. It’s like summer camp, but you work outside – that’s the best way to describe it.
Girt is the Sr. Environmental Compliance and Liaison Specialist for Sealaska Timber, and he was part of winning a grant to develop the TRAYLS program. He saw it as an...read more
GCI is collaborating with the Walter Kaitz Foundation to offer a fellowship program to two Alaska Native content creators—from directors to producers to playwrights— as part of an effort to promote Alaska Native culture and content in films, television and online entertainment. Through the month of November, GCI will accept applications for the program which provides exclusive entry to the Walter Kaitz Foundation’s 9th Hollywood Creative Forum in Los Angeles, California, with the goal of...read more
The deadline is fast approaching for claimants in the Cobell vs. Salazar Settlement who are on the “Whereabouts Unknown” list to supply information to the claims administrators. Those Alaska Natives on this list, or their heirs, may be eligible for payments under the settlement. The deadline to file documents for payment is November 27, 2017.
The AFN Convention is the largest representative annual gathering of Native peoples in the country.
Below, find a list of events Sealaska will be part of.
Southeast Alaska AFN Reception The reception is an opportunity to connect with other shareholders or talk with Sealaska directors and management, enjoy light refreshments and door prizes. The shareholder | tribal citizen reception at AFN is co-hosted by Sealaska...read more
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