CARES Act Funding Deadline Extended – Dec. 31st

CARES Act Funding Deadline Extended – Dec. 31st

The deadline to apply for the Kootznoowoo CARES Act funding has once again been extended.  The new and final deadline is now December 31, 2021.  Shareholders who have not yet applied for their $125 in funding may do so on the Kootznoowoo Shareholder Portal at...
Carver Apprenticeship Opportunity Now Available

Carver Apprenticeship Opportunity Now Available

Kootznoowoo, Inc. is seeking two (2) Carver Apprentices to work with Master Carver Wayne Price on the Canoe Carving Project in Angoon. Time Commitment:  The period of performance will begin in November 2021 and will last for six (6) weeks. Compensation:  Apprentices...
139 Years Since Bombardment Commemorated

139 Years Since Bombardment Commemorated

Article Reprinted courtesy of the Juneau Empire.  Originally published Oct. 27, 2021 More than a century after the U.S. Navy opened fire on the village of Angoon, its residents take comfort that despite the violence, the village remains. “It’s a happy anniversary even...
Community Canoe Project Moves Forward in Angoon

Community Canoe Project Moves Forward in Angoon

This past Saturday, Angoon welcomed the red cedar log that will serve as the centerpiece of the recently launched Community Canoe Project.  The log, which is 33 feet long and weighs approximately 10,000 pounds arrived via boat. “We are excited that the log arrived in...
Kootznoowoo CARES Applications to Open on October 1st

Kootznoowoo CARES Applications to Open on October 1st

When Congress passed the CARES Act and it was signed into law in March 2020, $8 billion was set aside for tribal entities, which included nearly half a billion dollars for Alaska Native Corporations. Shortly afterwards, several Lower 48 tribes filed a lawsuit...