At the heart of Chugach Alaska Corporation is a vision of indigenous people running their own businesses on their own land. Chugach Alaska was formed following the activation of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (which was passed by the US Congress in 1971), to provide land management services for the 928,000-acre Chugach region of Alaska. The company derives the bulk of its sales from oil and gas production, mining, commercial timber, and tourist activities that occur in the region and from its engagement in military base construction projects at more than 30 locations in Alaska, the US Pacific Northwest, and the Western Pacific. Chugach Alaska's shareholders consist of Aleut, Eskimo, and Indian natives.
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