President’s Message – Board rejects Klutina Lake settlement
CEO’s Message – Game-Changing Carbon Credit Program On-Track to Pay Off for Decades
ADB Awarded SBA Region 9 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year
Extraordinary is Just the Ordinary for These Ahtna Workers
Forest Stewardship Today Pays Off Big for Tomorrow
Culture Club Plans 3rd Annual Heyi niltu
Kluti-Kaah Served as Winter Home for the Ahtna
Ahtna Son’ University Professional Development Opportunities!
Ahtna Ranks 16th of Top 49ers
Ahtna Traditional First Chief Fred Ewan at his 101st birthday Celebration
November is Month to Celebrate Our Heritage
Interns’ Advice to Youth: Be Passionate
It’s Important to Keep Contact Information Up To Date
Condolences – In Loving Memory
Tenes Formed Crucial Arteries for the Ahtna
Community Subsistence Harvest Program
Ahtna, State Settle Old Kotsina Lawsuit
Meet the Board
Meet the Board – Lucille Lincoln Focuses on Needs of Shareholder-Owners
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Ahtna 2016 Employees Of The Year
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More on Spring 2017
President’s Message: Ahtna Releases New Mission, Consolidated Values
Our Board of Directors has approved a simplified mission statement for Ahtna and revised corporate values. Our new mission statement...
CEO’s Message: Satisfied Employees Deliver Great Results
We just finished our annual audit, and I am pleased to report that Ahtna’s total revenues grew from $188 million...
Ahtna Government Services Corporation
Ahtna Government Services Corp. is awarded a five-year Master Service Agreement for Best Management Practices Installation and Post-Construction Site Restoration Services.
Ahtna’s Heide Lingenfelter provided preliminary first aid assistance when an employee began choking and showing signs of distress....
Fuel Stop Saves A Life At The Hub
Anthony Giovanni saved a life because he had the right training.
Tradition Remains Driving Force In Chistochina
Overshadowed by Mount Sanford and just miles from America’s largest national park, Chistochina remains the most traditional of the Ahtna...
The Ahtna Land and Resource Department is offering two-week internships for two Ahtna shareholder-owners this summer.
Ahtna and Alyeska: A Shared Vision That Led To Opportunity And Success
A special relationship that spans four decades By Tom Barrett President, Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. The story of the...
Ahtna Land Claims And Subsistence
‘We became a different people’ Editor’s Note: This is the last in a series of historical sketches by Bill Simeone....
Looking For The Next Generation Of Dancers
The Ahtna Heritage Foundation (AHF) received a three-year grant last year from the Administration for Native Americans for the Ahtna...
Submit Your Family News
Thank you all for the birth announcements and other family news. We’ve received so much great news from you that...
Salmon Part Of Life’s Cycle For The Ahtna
A photographer for Salmon Life, a storytelling initiative by the Salmon Project, traveled to the Ahtna region to explore the role Copper River salmon play in the lives of five families.
Annual Meeting Slated For June 3
Land Managers Volunteer On The CB300
For the past two years, Team Ahtna has volunteered to help with the Sourdough checkpoint for the Copper Basin 300.
Submit Graduate Gift Requests To Get Recognized At The Annual Meeting
Proposed Settlement Preserves Public Access
The State of Alaska and Ahtna, Inc. have been engaged in settlement discussions regarding the Klutina Lake Road off the Richardson Highway near Copper Center.
In loving memory of our shareholder-owners who have passed Kristina M. Clark Samuel M. Cole Grace M. Hill Mary Levshakoff