Late Traditional Chief Harry Johns, Sr.

Ahtna, Incorporated is one of 13 Alaska Native Regional Corporations established by Congress under terms of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1971.

Ahtna, Inc., owns in fee title, approximately 1,528,000 acres conveyed in December 1998 from an entitlement of 1,770,000 acres.

Seven of the eight villages within the Ahtna Region are merged with Ahtna, Inc., and all eight are Federally Recognized Tribes. A thirteen-member board directs corporate operations. Ahtna, Inc. has more than 1,800 shareholders, many of whom still reside in our traditional homeland - the Cantwell and Copper River regions.

Headquartered in Glennallen, Alaska, with offices in Anchorage, Ahtna, Inc., is committed to providing a broad range of opportunities for its shareholders and preserving their Native culture.

Ahtna Netiye', Inc., the holding company of Ahtna, Inc., manages fourteen operating subsidiaries. These subsidiaries are involved in a myriad of activities, including civil and vertical construction, environmental remediation, facilities management and support services, food service contractors, forestry and gravel sales, government contracting, healthcare and medical records services, janitorial services, oil and gas pipeline maintenance and construction, staff augmentation, surveying, and training range operations.

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2013 Annual Meeting2014 Annual Meeting of Shareholders

The 2014 Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at the Glennallen High School in Glennallen, AK. Meeting will start at 11:00 a.m. Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m.

*For more information about the annual meeting, please click here: Ahtna Annual Meeting.

Any questions regarding the annual meeting can be forwarded to Eileen Ewan, Shareholder Services, at (907) 822-3476 or Jana Turvey, VP of Legal Affairs & General Counsel, at (907) 868-8250.

2014 Ahtna TrustAhtna Settlement Trust

This year, Ahtna shareholders will vote on adopting/establishing a Settlement Trust known as the Ahtna Hwt'aene (People's) Trust at the 2014 Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Shareholders may vote using the paper voting sheet that will be mailed to them as part of their proxy packet, online at, or in person at the annual meeting.

*For more information about the annual meeting, please click here: Ahtna Settlement Trust.

Any questions regarding the Settlement Trust can be forwarded to Jana Turvey, VP of Legal Affairs & General Counsel, at (907) 868-8250.

Land Use PermitsLand Use Permits

Ahtna's lands are private lands and are open to entry by permit only. A permit fee is required for public and commercial activities, although some activities may not be allowed on certain tracts of land. Use of Ahtna lands without a permit is considered trespass.

*If you have recently purchased a land use permit, please take a moment to complete our customer survey: Ahtna Land Permit Survey

Walter Charley Memorial ScholarshipWalter Charley Memorial Scholarship

The Walter Charley Memorial Scholarship, named after the late Walter Charley, is administered by the Ahtna Heritage Foundation and funds Ahtna shareholders who are either full-time or part-time college students. The majority of the funding for the scholarship is generously provided by Ahtna, Inc.

Full-time students are eligible for $2,000 per Fall and Spring Semester, while part-time students are eligible for $1,000 per Fall and Spring Semester.

*For more information and updates regarding this program, please click here: Walter Charley Memorial Scholarship.

The Alaska Tribal Wildlife Co-Management Proposal

Ahtna, Inc., in conjunction with Chitina Native Corporation and the 8 federally recognized tribes of the Ahtna region, is proposing a Federal-State-Tribal co-management structure that will help maintain the Ahtna people's customary and traditional hunting practices on Ahtna lands.

The goal of the co-management structure is to unify wildlife management throughout Ahtna's traditional territory and improve the current dual federal-state subsistence wildlife management system, which has proven to be ineffective, by replacing it with Ahtna's proposed co-management structure.

Below is a video detailing the co-management proposal:

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