The NANA region is 38,000 square miles located in Northwest Alaska, most of which is above the Arctic Circle. The land we own and manage is roughly the size of Indiana. Vast and beautiful, our land encompasses eleven villages and is the place our people call home.CLICK HERE TO VIEW INTERACTIVE REGIONAL MAP
Northwest Alaska has many options when it comes to producing renewable energy, including wind, biomass, solar, hydro and geothermal potential. NANA is partnering with regional and statewide organizations to develop alternative sources of energy.CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT NANA ENERGY SOLUTIONS
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Red Dog Mine - a joint venture between NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. and Teck Alaska - began work on the Aqqaluk Deposit which contains 51.6 million tons of reserves containing 16.7 percent zinc and 4.4 percent lead.Learn more about Red Dog Mine
More than 7,500 people call our region home. Of these, more than 85 percent of our region’s residents are Iñupiat, descendants of the people who settled the region more than 10,000 years ago.Learn more about NANA shareholders