The Sealaska Board of Directors approved a spring distribution totaling nearly $32 million on March 29, 2019. Due to Sealaska’s business growth and steady financial success, dividend payments to shareholders from operations and the MVY Permanent Fund is at the highest level in over twenty years.
“Sealaska’s financial strength is the result of the success of our businesses, along with the proceeds from our carbon-offset project,” said...read more
Erin Walker-Tolles relishes any chance she gets to visit senior centers in Southeast Alaska. Recently in Wrangell, she walked into the Southeast Senior Services branch as volunteers were baking fresh bread for the upcoming meal. A few minutes later, volunteers delivered scratch-made meals to elders around town.
“We are part of the community,” Erin said...read more
Many of our family members are considering enrolling or are in the process. Help us get the word out that enrollment applications must be completed and approved by Sealaska by March 29, 2019.
Apply for Descendant or Leftout Sealaska Shares Enrollment is open year round and is now completely online. To be eligible for the spring distribution, new shareholders must submit an application with all required documents. The application needs to be approved by ...read more
One hundred years from now, Mitch Haldane's work will be part of Sealaska’s past. Written in the history books will be a story of transition when Sealaska set aside 165,000 acres of forested lands for a carbon-offset project. For the next 100 years, forests within the project lands will be managed for the purpose of carbon sequestration. Sealaska began receiving income from the carbon project in 2018. Mitch is administering the carbon project, which includes ongoing monitoring, fieldwork and...read more
Sealaska is experiencing unprecedented growth and income, supported by thriving businesses that have a common purpose, connected by a shared goal of working toward healthier oceans and enhancing the natural environment.
One project a decade in the making is Sealaska’s carbon-offset project, which set aside over half of our forested lands to create a carbon bank. Sealaska receives carbon credits for allowing project lands to remain forested. The proceeds from selling these credits in...read more
This October, Sealaska grew its groundwater testing and cleanup expertise by buying a majority stake in Gregg Drilling, a leading environmental remediation, geotechnical and marine site services company. Headquartered in Southern California, Gregg’s team of skilled engineers and technicians is equipped to help solve the growing challenges around groundwater supply and coastal engineering in the Western U.S.
Increased water demand from residential, commercial and agricultural users is...read more
Sealaska offers financial support for students who want to go to college or vocational schools. Our communities and businesses need leaders trained with the necessary education, skills and experience. Scholarships are just one way to help our people pursue new opportunities.
Important Dates & Deadlines: December 15 – Application...read more
National Weather Service balloon launch building sits on top of the platform Sealaska built in St. Paul, Alaska.
Sealaska Construction Solutions (SCS) is helping the National Weather Service (NWS) automate this process in remote places in Alaska to make more efficient use of its limited workforce....read more
All around the world at precisely the same time, weather balloons are released and rise to the top of the earth’s atmosphere. Sensors attached to the 5-feet wide balloons take snapshots of the weather every few seconds - temperature, humidity, pressure, and wind speed - as they rise up to 100,000 feet and drift as far as 125 miles depending on wind speeds.">Share 0 Comments
In July 2018, Sealaska announced a vacancy on its board of directors after the passing of director Ross Soboleff. Sealaska bylaws require a 13-member board and direct the board to fill a vacancy that occurs between annual meetings.
Sealaska received 52 letters of interest from qualified and dedicated shareholders interested in the position. The process to fill the vacancy is the responsibility of the Sealaska Governance and Nominations Committee, with...read more