Volunteers distributed 12,000 pounds of fish to Alaska Native families on March 25 and 26 as part of Operation Fish Drop, a grass-roots initiative to ensure Alaska Native Elders and others have access to traditional foods this spring.
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To increase participation in certain programs, CIRI periodically conducts prize drawings from the names of those enrolled who meet certain criteria and have a current mailing address on file with CIRI.
Eliminate paper forms and waste by making routine record changes in Qenek, CIRI’s new shareholder portal.
CIRI is grateful that while 2020 presented significant challenges, the company delivered overall strong financial performance.
To protect the health of CIRI employees, CIRI shareholders, other stakeholders and their families during the global COVID-19 pandemic, CIRI will not hold in-person Information Meetings.
One of CIRI’s corporate values is respect, which includes respect for the land and promoting responsible stewardship of CIRI resources.
The 50th anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) is fast approaching! On Dec. 18, 1971, ANCSA become the largest land claims settlement in U.S. history and the first settlement of its kind between Native American people and the federal government.