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BBNC Statement on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Pebble Mine

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2020 Contact: Daniel Cheyette, Vice President, Lands & Natural Resources (907) 278-3602 or dcheyette@bbnc.net BBNC Statement on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Pebble Mine Anchorage, AK – Earlier today, the Alaska District for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for…Read More

BBNC Statement on PLP Pebble Performance Dividend

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 16, 2020 Contact: Daniel Cheyette, Vice President, Lands & Natural Resources (907) 278-3602 or dcheyette@bbnc.net Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) President and CEO Jason Metrokin issued the following statement regarding the “Pebble Performance Dividend” that the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) announced earlier today: The Pebble Performance Dividend is the latest attempt…Read More

GO GREEN WITH BBNC!

Did you know you can choose to receive BBNC communications electronically instead of by mail? Just sign in to your myBBNC account at mybbnc.net and click on the Contact Info page. Make sure your email address is correct and update your contact preferences by checking the boxes of the electronic communications you’d like to receive (see photo…Read More

Latest Pebble Project Changes Confirm a Fundamentally Broken Permitting Process

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2020 CONTACT Daniel Cheyette, Vice President, Lands & Natural Resources (907) 278-3602 or dcheyette@bbnc.net Latest Pebble Project Changes Confirm a Fundamentally Broken Permitting Process Pebble’s new preferred transportation corridor would cross BBNC surface and subsurface lands north of Lake Iliamna Anchorage, AK – On a media call earlier today, the…Read More

Latest expert comments confirm Pebble still poses unacceptable, adverse impacts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 8, 2020 Contact: Charles Fedullo charlesf@strategies360.com, (907) 388-8055 Latest expert comments confirm Pebble still poses unacceptable, adverse impacts Expert input suggests 404 permit must be denied Anchorage, AK – The Preliminary Final Environmental Impact Statement (Preliminary Final EIS) for the proposed Pebble mine does not address many of the deficiencies identified…Read More

BBNC Is Looking For Artists and Language Teachers!

BBNC is looking for Alutiiq, Dena’ina and Yup’ik artists and language teachers in the Bristol Bay region! For artists interested in teaching and promoting our cultural heritage, please fill out the Cultural Artist Directory. For language teachers interested in supporting indigenous language revitalization efforts, please fill out the Language Teacher Directory. For any questions or…Read More

How To Reach BBNC While The Offices Are Closed

HOW TO REACH BBNC WHILE THE OFFICES ARE CLOSED: While BBNC’s offices remain closed to shareholders and the public, our staff is available via phone and email to assist you. Phone: Call BBNC’s office at (907) 278-3602. If after regular business hours, leave a message with your name, phone number, and a description of the…Read More

Bristol Bay Native Corporation contributes $325,000 to Bristol Bay communities and food banks in response to COVID-19

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 16, 2020 CONTACT Carmell Engebretson, Communications Manager 907.265.7844 or carmell@bbnc.net Bristol Bay Native Corporation contributes $325,000 to Bristol Bay communities and food banks in response to COVID-19 Anchorage, AK—In response to community needs, Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) will make $250,000 in contributions to communities throughout Bristol Bay for COVID-19 relief….Read More

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

This notice is current as of April 15, 2020 We appreciate all the input we’ve received via social media, email and phone calls regarding COVID-19. This is a unique and challenging time for everyone—shareholders, businesses and local governments alike. COVID-19 is undoubtedly having an impact on BBNC and other businesses across Alaska and throughout the…Read More

Bristol Bay Native Corporation partners with Igiugig Village Council to invest in Diamond Point Quarry 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 9, 2020 CONTACT: Dan Cheyette, Vice President, Lands and Natural Resources (907) 278-3602 or dcheyette@bbnc.net Bristol Bay Native Corporation partners with Igiugig Village Council to invest in Diamond Point Quarry Anchorage, AK– Last week, Bristol Bay Resource Investments, LLC (BBRI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC), acquired a…Read More