Submitted 1 year 11 months ago by dixie.hutchinson.
The DICCE Contract is administered by NNSA’s Office of Nuclear Smuggling Detection and Deterrence (NSDD) (formerly Second Line of Defense) whose mission it is to strengthen the capabilities and commitment of U.S. partner countries to deter, detect, and interdict illicit trafficking of nuclear and other radioactive materials within the interiors of partner countries, across international borders, and through the global maritime shipping system. This U.S. government nuclear...read more
Submitted 1 year 12 months ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Sealaska leadership will be setting aside time to meet with T & H Executive Council while attending AFN. Sealaska and Central Council’s leadership are committed to working together and committed to meet regularly to coordinate opportunities for partnership that support the social, economic, educational and cultural needs of tribal citizens and shareholders.
Save the Date – AFN Reception Sealaska and Central Council will host a tribal citizen and shareholders...read more
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A significant part of the success created to date and the ability to sustain business improvements into the future is a commitment to operate within relevant industries that address critical issues of water, marine habitat and food. Our plan to invest in businesses that fit with our Native values and knowledge resonates with our shareholders and business partners. This long-term commitment will allow our values to attract quality business opportunities and provide a competitive advantage as...read more
LEAD SUBSIDIARY: SEALASKA CONSTRUCTORS, LLC LOCATION: MARYLAND Sealaska Constructors is partnering with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Pearce Creek Dredge Material Containment Field. The property holds Chesapeake and Delaware Canal dredged material. Sealaska Constructors is preparing a containment liner at the 250-acre site with a synthetic membrane that will hold approximately 4.0 million cubic yards of dredged material since the 1930s. The image shows an...read more
The original Whale House was built in 1880 in Old Kasaan. In 1938, the clan house was rebuilt and stands in new Kasaan, about a mile from where the first house was built. The Whale House includes a frontal pole with eight additional restored and original poles.
Frederick Olsen is the tribal vice president of the Organized Village of Kasaan. Olsen says most likely the eight totem poles were originally carved in 1880 in Old Kasaan and brought to the new Whale House site.
Current efforts include: • S. 3273 - Alaska Native Claims Settlement Improvement Act of 2016 (ANCSA technical amendments package) introduced by Senator Lisa Murkowski, July 14, 2016 (combines H.R. 2387, S.872 and other bills into a package). Originally introduced as S. 3004 on May 26, 2016. • H.R. 2387 and S. 1955 - Alaska Native Veterans Land Allotment Equity Act introduced by Congressman Don Young in the House and Senators Dan Sullivan and Lisa...read more
Sealaska and the board support U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski in her re-election. She has worked tirelessly to advocate and advance policy impacting Alaska Natives and rural Alaska. She chairs the Senate Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee, which appropriate funds for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service. She is a senior member of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, on which she has served for the past 13 years. She is chair of the Senate...read more