ASRC is owned by and represents the business interests of its approximately 11,000 Iñupiaq shareholders. Corporate headquarters are based in Barrow, Alaska, with administrative and subsidiary offices located in Anchorage...more...
ASRC and its family of companies, operates four diverse major business segments that extends into the petroleum refining and marketing, government technical services, energy services and construction industries. In addition, ASRC has other businesses...more...
The Arctic Slope region is a vast and ancient land that the Iñupiat people have called home for 10,000 years. There are eight distinct villages...more...
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation owns nearly 5 million acres of land on
Alaska's North Slope. ASRC lands are located in areas that have either known resources or are highly prospective for oil, gas,
coal and base metal sulfides. ASRC is committed to developing these resources...more...
Kaktovik is 280 miles southeast of Barrow and 90 miles west of the
Canadian border. The village is on the coast in the Arctic National
Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
The residents of Kaktovik and their ancestors are the indigeneous
inhabitants of the region. They rely on the bounty of the land and find
sustenance within ANWR. The bowhead whale, caribou, dall sheep, muskoxen
and the fish of the region are a vital food source to the Kaktovikmiut.
The Kaktovik Iñupiat Corporation is the Village Corporation
established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Act of 1971. Kaktovik
Iñupiat Corporation owns approximately 92,000 acres of surface lands in
and around the community. All of the corporation’s land is within ANWR.
City of KaktovikP.O. Box 27Kaktovik, AK 99747Phone 907-640-6313
Kaktovik Inupiat CorporationP.O. Box 73 Kaktovik, AK 99747 Phone 907-640-6120
Native Village of Kaktovik P.O. Box 8Kaktovik, AK 99747Phone 907-640-2042
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