Sealaska embarked on a strategic plan in late 2012 to restructure operations and improve profitability. The plan focused on re-engineering its businesses to increase operating cash flow from a simplified operating portfolio that is consistent with Sealaska’s core values and unique shareholder base, located in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. After considering many sectors, it was decided that environmental water services and natural foods, with an initial focus on seafood, had the best...read more
Sealaska reported a net income of $12 million for 2015. Positive business improvements were achieved in 2015 as we executed on our strategic plan adopted by the Sealaska board in 2012. The plan is focused on our short-term financial goal of being profitable before investment and ANCSA 7(i) income, which means accumulating more than $22 million in operating income improvements. We are showing steady progress and are on track to reach this goal within two years.
UAS reports that this year's awards is among the highest granted at commencement. UAS Chancellor Rick Caulfield and members of the UA Board of Regents will travel to each campus where the accomplishments of each student will be recognized.
As a result of the award, Sealaska can focus a portion of its internship program for college students participating in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) degrees. “It’s been a goal to advocate careers within our businesses related to STEM,” said Anthony Mallott, Sealaska president and CEO. “Companies like Sealaska Environmental Services and Managed Business Solutions rely heavily on...read more
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company (Alyeska) to enhance our internship program. Alyeska provides yearly awards through its Alaska Native Program that supports its commitment to Alaska Native communities for employment opportunities.
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Our Southeast Alaska traditional homelands are the cornerstone of our existence, a relationship so special it has survived millennia and thrives today. Sealaska will always invest in our lands to maintain a healthy, growing forest. When we consider a timber program, we also consider other opportunities that can positively benefit the region, with the most exciting being the development of a carbon sequestration project. We would like to construct a carbon project from our lands that will...read more
Sealaska’s land ownership through ANCSA is 1.6 percent of our original 23 million-acre homelands. Yet we have made solid contributions and advancements to the regional economy, environmental management and social and cultural well-being of our communities for more than 35 years.
The balanced land management structure outlined below can offer current benefits and continue to provide opportunity for generations to come.
Sealaska is building, acquiring and investing in businesses that align with its Alaskan Native heritage broadly categorized in land management, environmental monitoring/remediation, niche construction and natural foods. Sealaska Timber Corporation is the core business within our land management efforts.read more
Before Congress and the president approved House Resolution 3979, which included the Sealaska land entitlement bill, Sealaska Timber and contractors were uncertain if Sealaska would be in the timber industry in 2015.
“The law passed in the eleventh hour—literally as we were forced into considering shutting down operations at Sealaska Timber,” said Anthony Mallott, Sealaska president and CEO. “We have spent the last year strategizing to ensure a consistent smaller timber program can...read more
Sealaska Seeking Young, Passionate People for Career Tracjectory
Sealaska board and management’s commitment to operating Sealaska Timber in perpetuity opens the door to a broad range of career paths to support the industry. “Sealaska believes a local workforce is necessary for a sustainable second growth industry,” said Bob Girt, Sealaska Timber senior environmental compliance and community liaison specialist. Girt remembers his first day on the job with Sealaska. He...read more