The Alaska legislature has not updated the state’s anadromous fish habitat protection laws (Title 16) since statehood. Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) understands there are ongoing and parallel efforts both in the legislature and through other public processes to revise these laws. Without choosing sides regarding the merit of these efforts, BBNC agrees it is…Read More
Marrulut Eniit Assisted Living, or Gramma’s House, says, “Quyana!” to Bristol Bay Native Corporation for the generous donation of $25,000. The donation, along with a state grant, will increases their income toward sustainability. As they work toward that goal, they have three Medicaid waivers that provide the facility with $221.60 daily, per person. Three more…Read More
Each quarter, all shareholders who have a stock will on file that has been updated within the last five years with BBNC are entered into a prize drawing. Submit your completed stock will before February 15 to be entered into the next drawing. Find the stock will form online at www.bbnc.net. $250 Ole Shangin $250…Read More
In October, BBNC opened its new Shareholder Welcome Center on the first floor of the Bristol Bay Building in Anchorage. The new space houses training rooms, shareholder workstations, and meeting rooms. BBNC’s Shareholder & Corporate Relations, Shareholder Development, and Human Resources departments are now stationed downstairs, along with the BBNC Education Foundation.
Bristol Bay Native Corporation held the Bristol Bay Leadership Forum on December 7 and 8 at the William Egan Civic and Convention Center in Anchorage. Over 150 village leaders and youth from Bristol Bay joined us to listen to a wide variety of speakers present on issues that are important to the region and State….Read More
It’s no secret that part of living a healthy life is to eat food that is good for you. And we all know how hard it can be to stick to a diet without anything sugar-coated or deep-fried – the temptations are everywhere and are sometimes unavoidable. This fall, villagers of Igiugig in Southwest Alaska…Read More
It’s hard to believe we’re approaching the close of another year and looking ahead to what 2018 has in store. The arrival of a new year is a time for reflection. At BBNC, we like to take pause and think about how we’re doing as a corporation. Are we doing right by our shareholders, employees,…Read More
Andeavor, formerly Tesoro, selected Peak Oilfield Service Company as one of eleven suppliers recognized during Andeavor’s Supplier Recognition awards banquet in San Antonio, Texas, on September 10, 2017. Peak was recognized at the event for its superior safety performance while drastically improving the efficiency of processes through ideas and suggestions at Andeavor’s refinery facility in…Read More
BBNC is accepting shareholder applications to participate in the BBNC Office Administration Training Program. The program is a one-year, 240-hour training with both face to face and distance-delivery instruction. The program will begin in February 2018. Click here to view the full program details and to apply online here.
Early Bird Prize Winners Mary Jean Ivy Joel J. Alsworth Lynette Patterson Alexander Boykin Ida Trefon Melody Shangin Fritz Tommy Albert Savo Paula Hausotter Elia Epchook Gladys Poole Baird Togiak John Ivy Online Voting Prize Winners Chester Murphy Anthony V. Kohler Nadine Lind Earlena Active Charlotte Kapatak Ruth Nashookpuk Georgina Allen Elizabeth Hostetter Annual Meeting…Read More