Calista Corporation Welcomes Over 760 New Shareholders
Please join us in welcoming Calista Corporation’s 760 new Shareholders! New Shareholders should expect to receive emails or letters in October.
Broadband grant awarded for seven Kuskokwim communities
More than 2,300 rural Alaskans in seven communities along the Kuskokwim River will receive affordable, high-speed internet for the first time thanks to an NTIA tribal broadband grant funded.
Connecting Public Health to Culture
Katrina Domnick of Bethel is a Calista Shareholder and scholarship recipient looking to develop meaningful pathways between culture and health.
Eligible Vietnam Era Veterans Can Obtain Up to 160 Acres of Land
In the Calista Region, roughly 3.7M acres of federal land are available for eligible veterans and their heirs to select an allotment of up to 160 acres.
Congrats to 2022 Calista Click Contest Winners
Calista Corporation would like to congratulate the winners of the 2022 Calista Click Contest. The winners, both of whom are 60+ years of age, were selected in a random drawing,
Lands in Focus: Aquatic Monitoring at the Donlin Gold Project
Monitoring data collected in the permitting process goes into baseline studies that describe conditions before mining, done at the Donlin Gold Project over a period of 10 years, from 2004 to 2014.
Yulista Interns Thrive Far From Home
Despite the humid heat, creepy-crawly bugs, and unfamiliar cuisine, many of our Shareholders and Descendants have a great time during their summer internships at Yulista Holding LLC subsidiaries in Alabama, Texas and Florida.
President’s Message: Y-K RTG Voting
The Y-K RTG Interim Council wants you to get out and vote in the November 8 Y-K RTG election! Here are some important voting reminders.
Take Wing “Tengluni” Applications Due Soon
The Take Wing “Tengluni” Application Deadline is September 9! High School Seniors in LKSD, LYSD, Kuspuk, and Yupiit School Districts can apply now.
Calista Congratulates Mary Peltola on Historic US House Win
Mary Peltola, a Calista Shareholder, is the first Alaska Native person to serve in Congress.