Recent News

New Board Officers

August 2, 2017

Calista Corporation Announces New Board Officers

Directors Elected at Quarterly Meeting

(Anchorage, Alaska) - The Calista Corporation Board of Directors elected officers following the successful Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Each officer serves a one-year term.

Wayne Don was elected board chair. Recently promoted to Colonel in the Alaska Army National Guard, Col. Don serves as commander of the 38th Troop Command which is one of two Army brigade-sized units with 1,100 soldiers. Col. Don was named a Top 40 Under 40 by both the Alaska Journal of Commerce and the National Center for American Indian Enterprise. He currently serves as chair for NIMA Corporation, the Alaska Native village corporation for Mekoryuk. Col. Don was also recently appointed by the Museum of the American Indian to a national advisory committee to develop a National Native American Veterans Memorial on the National Mall. He attended University of Alaska - Fairbanks...

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Safe and Legal Moose Hunting

Safe, successful and legal hunting to all the moose hunters!

This is a public notice that hunting and trespassing is prohibited on all mining properties located on Calista Corporation ("Calista") lands, including, but not limited to, the Nyac Mine Project area and Donlin Gold Mine Project area. This includes airstrips, roads, lands, buildings, and trails.

Calista fully supports hunting and other subsistence activities. However, due to conflicts with mining activities, hunting is never permitted in active mining areas because it poses and immediate and serious danger to miners and others in these areas.

Unauthorized person(s) hunting, traveling, and/or remaining in, on, or about mining properties may be subject to arrest and prosecution for trespassing.

Please contact the Calista Lands Department (907-275-2800) with any questions about this Legal Notice or for information regarding the location of mining properties on Calista lands.

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