Following the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) in 1971, 12 regional and over 200 village corporations were established by Alaska Natives across the state. There was a 13th regional corporation for Alaska Native people residing outside Alaska; however, it was dissolved in 2013 and has not yet been reestablished. The corporations serve to manage the financial and land assets allocated through ANCSA to the state's regions and have grown into a powerful economic force. To learn more about the Alaska Native regional and village corporations, use the search tool below to access the corporations' websites and / or Facebook pages. Please note that not all village corporations are listed - at the time of ANCAP's last website update, they did not have an active website or Facebook page available.
We have made efforts to ensure the information provided is as accurate as possible. If you notice inaccuracies, have updates for any of the listed information, know of a village corporation's website / Facebook page that is not listed here, or have a suggestion for additional information to include in this section, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!