The land is the basis of the traditional and modern day economies and the source of the cultural wealth.
NANA manages 2.2. million acres of land in Northwest Alaska to the benefit of its shareholders.
Visitors & Neighbors
As a land owner, NANA has policies in place and requires permission to film, work on or use its lands.
Regional maps are available for download or order.
NANA shares natural resource revenue through the sharing provisions of ANCSA.
For thousands of years, the people of the region have lived off the land and subsistence is still the highest use of the lands.