Rooted in lands, growing together.

With distinct languages, practices and traditional territories, Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian peoples have known the rugged forests, rocky coasts and verdant islands of Southeast Alaska as home since the dawn of time. While each people have maintained separate and distinct cultural identities over the centuries and into the present day, Sealaska represents all three as the regional Alaska Native corporation for Southeast Alaska, established in 1972 following the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) through Congress in 1971.

Celebrating over 50 years in business, Sealaska and its 26,000 Alaska Native shareholders prioritize balance in business—and in life. Leading with cultural values alongside business acumen, Sealaska’s businesses have a global footprint fueling our mission – strengthening people, culture and homelands – much closer to home. We aim to create lasting impact for the people and communities of Southeast Alaska and beyond.

Indigenous led. Community focused. Global impact.


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Sealaska’s story starts with our lands

Traditional homelands are the heart of all Sealaska is—our reason for existence, our ancestral and cultural identity and our motivation for continuing to steward our region’s resources. Through ANCSA, approximately 44 million acres of traditional homelands were returned to Alaska’s Indigenous people through the formation of Alaska Native Corporations, Sealaska included. Headquartered in Juneau, Sealaska manages 362,000 acres of mostly forest on behalf of our 26,000 shareholders. This represents only about 1.6% of the homelands of our Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian shareholders, lands our ancestors have called home since time immemorial.


Our values and purpose set us apart, helping Sealaska attract business and community partners, as well as talented, like-minded employees who believe in the same things we do.

Alaska Native Corporations like Sealaska were founded under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Learn more about ANCSA and how it came to be.