Submitted 4 months 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people have lived on the land and waters of Southeast Alaska for thousands of years. Respect for the environment and shared cultural values are just two social systems that perpetuated Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people, culture and a way of life. As a result, the people and culture are active, visible and present today.
Mallott presented how Sealaska is utilizing and embracing cultural values and how Sealaska translates those values. He...read more
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Submitted 5 months 1 week ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Shareholders may have moved and have forgotten to update thier address with Sealaska. We hope Shareholders take the time to update now, so they don’t miss out on receiving upcoming Sealaska information, such as proxy materials and the 2018 annual report.
We know shareholders are busy, so we have made updating information like an address easy, through the shareholder portal MySealaka.com.
Submitted 6 months 2 days ago by dixie.hutchinson.
In mid-March, Sealaska received approval from the California Air Resource Board (CARB) to designate 165,000 acres of forested land for use as a carbon bank. The Sealaska Native Alaskan Forestry Project was issued approximately 11.0 million carbon credit offsets (CCOs) by CARB. The Air Resource Board is the “clean air agency" for the California government and manages California’s cap and trade and carbon credit offset program. Finite Carbon helped broker a three-year purchase...read more
Submitted 6 months 1 week ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Sealaska directors approved a $500,000 direct commitment to the Trust and $500,000 in matching funds. The yearly earnings from the trust enabled foundation staff to focus on raising additional funds.
Sealaska board applauds the Healing Hand Foundation leaders for establishing a solution for unmet needs of SEARHC beneficiaries and veterans, many of whom are Sealaska shareholders. Working together and matching contributions, we are creating valuable options for everyone and making a...read more
Submitted 7 months 1 week ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Seventy-three years ago, Alaska territorial leaders signed into law a bill prohibiting the discrimination of people in public places. HB 14, the anti-discrimination act, was approved by the Legislature of the Territory of Alaska on February 6, 1945.
This bill prefaced a nationwide civil rights movement. Two decades after HB 14 was signed, federal leaders enacted the...read more